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Joy Homestead

Joy Homestead
156 Scituate Ave.
Cranston , Rhode Island
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Phone: 401-944-9226
Email: Use the online form to contact this property
Website: http://cranstonhistoricalsociety.org

Farmhouse built by Job Joy, a cobbler and farmer. Five rooms furnished with period antiques. One of five Cranston houses on the National Rochambeau Trail and the only one open to the public. Gambrel-roof farmhouse built in 1754. A fine example of early architecture-one center chimney with three fire places-Joy Homestead is an official historic site on the Washington Rochambeau Revolutionary Route. Open for Rochambeau Biscuit Day every June 18. School tours available by appointment.

Children Activities No Smoking Allowed No Pets Allowed No Children Allowed
Listing Category: Listing in Travel Guide, Listing on Web
Region: Warwick & West Bay
Guide Category: Heritage- Historic Sites
Admission: Charged
Family: Kid friendly
Method of Payment: Cash only
Restrictions: Advanced notice required, Children prohibited, No pets, Smoke free facility
Heritage Federal Registry: National Historic Landmark, National Historic Site, National Register
Other Ownership:Cranston Historical Society
Function Space Available:No

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