The two structures today at 110 King Street are the yellow wood three story Jail Keeper's house built in 1795 with a dugout cellar, an attic and slate roof. The original wood jail was rebuilt in 1884 of brick and cement with iron bars. The jail contains 8 cells on the first floor. The second floor housed the women's and debtor's cells. It is now a meeting room for the Preservation Society. Owned by the East Greenwich Historic Preservation Society.
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