Clingstone, an unusual, 103-year-old mansion in Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay survives through the love and hard work of family and friends. This house on an island looks straight out of a fairy tale. And 79 year old Boston Architect Henry Wood is its owner. The Clingstone House designed by J.S. Lovering Wharton with artist William Trost Richards probably got its name because it “clings” to a little rocky island. This mysterious dwelling with a 360-degree view of the ocean has a certain history. Three storeyed tall, the Clingstone House has a large centre hall, ten bedrooms and 23 rooms totally.
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