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Clingstone Mansion by Boston Architect Henry Wood



Clingstone Mansion by Boston Architect Henry Wood,

Clingstone Mansion by Boston Architect Henry Wood

Clingstone Mansion by Boston Architect Henry Wood

Clingstone Mansion by Boston Architect Henry Wood

Clingstone Mansion by Boston Architect Henry Wood

Clingstone Mansion by Boston Architect Henry Wood

Clingstone Mansion by Boston Architect Henry Wood

Although all wooden house with a 360-degree view of the sea and rough old enough it was still warm and beautiful. Rain water is collected in a 3000 gallon water tank, then filtered, treated and pumped through the house for cleaning purposes. Three stories high house features 23 rooms, 10 of which are bedrooms. Although quite expensive house to maintain because it was made of wood, it still uses modern technology to cut the pay bill. Solar water heating panels and wind turbines on the roof generate electricity. 103-year Clingstone house set on a rock island in Narragansett Bay is owned by the Boston architect Henry Wood. In addition, the house Clingstone using the latest technology in water filtration and the most up-to-date composting toilets.

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