John Holden Greene built this Federal house for James Burrough in 1818. Burrough was a officer at the custom house. The home Greene built for Burrough exemplifies his signature monitor-on-hip-roof. The Burrough family comissioned other homes in the area from the architect. Greene later built a home for himself beside Burrough’s at 150 Power Street. The two homes were seperated in 1950 when Bryant College moved Greene’s home to make room for dormitory housing.
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Historic buidlings -- Rhode Island -- Providence; Architecture -- Rhode Island --Providence;
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160 Power Street
Smolski, Chet and Greene, John Holden, "Historic James Burrough House 1818 #1" (1974). Browse All. 266.
James Burrough House; Providence, Rhode Island; historic buildings; architecture;