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Susan S. and Edward J. Cutler House

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Area  Less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  15000138
Architectural style  Stick style
Built  1880
Opened  1880
Added to NRHP  6 April 2015
Susan S. and Edward J. Cutler House
Location  12 Woodbine St., Providence, Rhode Island
Similar  Roger Williams Park, Roger Williams Park Zoo, Touro Synagogue, White Horse Tavern, Omni Providence Hotel

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The Susan S. and Edward J. Cutler House is a historic house at 12 Woodbine Street in Providence, Rhode Island. It is an L-shaped 1-1/2 story wood frame structure, with a gabled roof and a single-story porch and vestibule in the crook of the L. The front facade has a rectangular projecting bay, with panels below the windows, and a bracketed hip roof. The front and side gables both feature Stick style decorative woodwork. The entry porch roof is bracketed, matching the front bay, and has a jigsawn balustrade. The interior features late Victorian woodwork, plasterwork and original hardware. The house was built in 1880, probably from plans in a published pattern book, and was the first to be built in a relatively new subdivision on Providence's north side. It is a well-preserved example of a "picturesque cottage", a style popularized by a number of 19th-century architects.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015.


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