Want to own a bit of Linden Place?

Posted 9/13/19

Don't worry….Bristol's stately 1810 Federal mansion, designed by Russell Warren, is not for sale. But Linden Place is hosting an estate sale-style event featuring original architectural pieces …

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Want to own a bit of Linden Place?

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Don't worry….Bristol's stately 1810 Federal mansion, designed by Russell Warren, is not for sale. But Linden Place is hosting an estate sale-style event featuring original architectural pieces of the 1810 mansion’s balustrade and wrought iron fence.

On Saturday, Sept. 14 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Linden Place will host a one-day sale of original architectural pieces from the mansion’s balustrade.  Also for sale will be original decorative sections of the wrought iron fence that graces the front lawn of Linden Place. Both the balustrade and fence underwent extensive recreation and restoration over the past 10 years leaving behind a limited amount of truly unique architectural gems.

This sale is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own your very own piece of one of the country’s most revered Federal mansions in existence today. Each piece was hand made in the early 19th century and can be repurposed for many decorative uses both indoors and in gardens.

All proceeds go to the preservation and restoration of Linden Place and each piece is accompanied by a certificate of authentication.

For more information, contact the Linden Place office at 401/253-0390 or info@lindenplace.org.

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