Will the rural New England cottage please come up?

September 1993
Yankee;Sep93, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p68
Offers two choices for a New England summer cottage. `The Bishop Haven Cottage' in Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard; `The Breakers' in Newport, Rhode Island; Derivation of name; Type of structure out front on which people sat; Floor material; Special features; Drawbacks; Cost in the market; Cleaning duties when closing up.


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