The Pillsbury House, built in 1875, is situated on a quiet residential street in Woonsocket's historic north-end of Victorian Mansard design . The property features an original 2-story carriage house with 3 stalls & tack room . Gardens, fruit trees, perennials, and herb plantings surround the main house . The house retains the original exterior millwork and ornamentation such as dentil detailing on window hoods . Step up the granite steps onto the wrap around porch, , complete with rocking chairs, and up to the arched double front doors and ring the original ornate doorbell . Enter the foyer which has a ten-foot canvas covered ceiling, reproduction historical wallpaper, cushioned bay-window seats, walnut ribbon banded parquet floors and a grand oak stairway to usher visitors to the upstairs guestrooms . To the right of the foyer, double French doors open to the formal parlour with cranberry and cream walls, a center medallion ceiling, and a fireplace with tiled hearth . The sitting room has cable TV . Another French door leads to the formal dining room where your breakfast is served using family silver and china . The room has slanted bay windows, plaster cove ceiling moulding and ribbon banded parquet floors . Juice, fresh fruit, coffee, teas, bread or muffins are served before the main course .
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