Thomas P. Ives House

The Thomas P. Ives House is a National Historic Landmark in Providence, Rhode Island. It was erected from 1803 to 1806 as a large 3-1/2 story brick residence, and it has a balustraded roof and is designed in the Adamesque-Federal style. Similar mansions were built by wealthy New England sea captains and merchants throughout the region in the early Federal era.

It was designated a National Historic Landmark on December 30, 1970.

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