The Maxwell HouseThe Maxwell House
59 Church St.
Warren, Rhode IslandMap This LocationPhone:
A two-and-one-half-story brick Colonial-gable house (1752), built by the Rev. Samuel Maxwell and the home of James and Level Maxwell, prominent ship owners and merchants. The house features a massive central chimney with two beehive bake ovens. Simple grounds featuring an eighteenth-century herb garden.
The Association charges itself with the collection and preservation of historical data and relics pertaining to the Town of Warren and its history; to care for and preserve the Maxwell House, to perserve and mark buildings, landmarks, and other objects of historic or architectural interest; to conduct events and activities, to educate, and to stimulate an interest in local history.
Listing Category: Listing in Travel Guide, Listing on Web
Region: East Bay
Guide Category: Heritage- Historic Sites
Access: Special arrangements upon request (H1)
Admission: Donation suggested, Free
Parking: Parking free
Restrictions: Smoke free facility
Heritage Federal Registry: National Register
Heritage Seasonality: Open year-round
|Hours of Operation:||Saturdays 10:00am- 2:00pm |
|Maximum Number of Rooms:||25|
|Function Space Available:||No|
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