A few months ago, I wrote about some of P&L's houses on Wickford Road, including three that are on a curve in the road before it turns into Northfield Place. They were featured in an article in the 1913 issue of Brickbuilder Magazine. 4327 Wickford is the first house in both images.
The details about this house are extremely scant: "Large home with beautiful grounds, a two-car garage and a carriage house." And the pictures are mostly of the grounds, with few of the interiors. Of course, the listing neglects the most important fact: that the house was designed by Palmer & Lamdin!
My source says that the house is possibly owned by a Nobel Prize winning scientist. With stellar shots like this one, I am sure the house will sell quickly.The price seem high, considering the fact that there is some work to be done (and I am presuming this is the two-car garage/carriage house).
The listing is here.
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