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The MacMillans' Converted Greenhouse — House Tour

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 13, 2013 01:10 AM
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by Jacqueline Marque last modified Sep 12, 2013

Name: Amy and Rob MacMillan and their kids, Tatum and Mo Location: Newport, Rhode Island Size: 3,900 square feet Years lived in: 11 years; owned It’s hard to believe that Amy and Rob MacMillan’s utterly charming home, set back behind a stone wall along Newport’s scenic ten-mile drive, started out as a building with a completely utilitarian purpose. The house was originally a greenhouse for Bonniecrest mansion, and the grounds were used as farmland for the sprawling 1914 estate built on the shores of Brenton Cove. Converted into a home in the 1950’s, this repurposed space has many unique characteristics that are equally as charming as they are challenging. More        





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