103 Years Old Wood House In The Ocean

1stFlHallEarly E

This beautiful house called Clingstone House is located on a tiny island on Narragansett Bay. It’s called so because it clings on a little island and was built by .S. Lovering Wharton and artist William Trost Richards. The house is made of 100% natural wood, it’s 103 years old and now it’s owned by architect Henry Wood and his family. There are 23 rooms in the house and 3 storeys and the house has a wonderful view of the ocean. Although the house looks antique there are many modern technologies used, for example, solar panels and wind turbine to generate electricity, rainwater-recycling and seawater-filtration systems, and composting toilets. It’s a wonderful house for a vacation or a weekend.

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1stFlHallNoon SSW
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2ndFlBath SW
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3rdFlBR W
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BridalChamber NE
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Bsmnt N Eqr Xhd NW
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Dining SW
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Library NW
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Parlor SE
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