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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 05-08-2019

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

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went to St. Joseph's Church or School, likely knows this house and the people who lived here for about 40 years. Former owner Judge John Mutter died in 2015, and his second wife, Bonnie, continued to live here until recently. The 4,450-square-foot home has eight bedrooms and five baths. Joe Asermely, president of the Quality Hill Neighborhood Association and the owner of a home nearby, said he attended a recent open house at 140 Walcott and was impressed with what he saw. He said it was good to see so much interest in the home, particularly from younger people. "It's massive, but it's a beautiful property," he said. He said it's great to see so many young people coming into the neigh- borhood and looking to restore the neighborhood's majestic old homes. This new generation of homeowners is responsible for a continued trend of businesses previously run out of neighborhood homes, such as the Weeden Manor, being removed in favor of residential uses. "They're doing amazing things in our neighborhood," he said. Asermely said other than a kitchen that needs updating, he didn't see a lot of other work needing to be done. A listing for the George T. Greenhalgh House describes it as "an awe-inspiring architectural time piece of the late Victorian era." "Enjoy peaceful moments with family and friends in the elegance of this colonial-style home," it states. "You will surely delight in the details as you round each corner -an enter- tainer's dream, blending the gran deur of an exceptional era, with the com- fort of a modern family's needs of space and flexibility." Each of the very ample rooms is highlighted by the craftmanship of the late 1800s. "Polish up the shine on this abso- lute gem, by adding anticipated updates, as well as your own per sonal touch," it states. "This home is sure to be your family heirloom, proudly presiding over historical Quality Hill." On the National Register of Historic Properties, the 1903 home is located within the Quality Hill Historic District. Original owner George T. Greenhalgh was the man- ager -of the Perry Oil Company and secretary treasurer of the Burgess Mills. 12 PAWTUCKET MAY 8-14, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | PAWTUCKET EDITION GREENHALGH From Page One The GRAND STAIRCASE of the home. This home at 140 WALCOTT ST. is drawing plenty of interest after going up for sale for the first time in decades. ACROSS 1. Half-conscious states 8. Strange 13. Deep regret 14. Rogue 15. Took without permission 19. An alternative 20. Performer __-Lo 21. Partner to flowed 22. Best day of the week (abbr.) 23. Body part 24. Famed river 25. Lake __, one of the Great 26. Make free from bacteria 30. People native to Canada 31. Japanese seaport 32. Least clothed 33. Horse of small breed 34. Italian doctor and poet 35. Moving away from land 38. One who parks cars 39. Some are front and some are back 40. Views 44. Ancient Greek shield (alt. sp.) 45. Spanish seaport 46. New England college (abbr.) 47. The woman 48. Belgian province 49. Danish krone 50. Excessive dose (abbr.) 51. In great shape 55. 7th month of Islamic calendar 57. Shaped 58. Icelandic poems 59. Swollen area within tissue DOWN 1. Small amounts 2. Duplicate 3. Current unit 4. Neither 5. Chromium(II) oxide 6. Second sight 7. The absence of mental stress or anxiety 8. Supplemented with difficulty 9. Not the beginning 10. Dorm employee 11. Hard, white sub- stances 12. Scariest 16. Spanish island 17. Having sufficient skill 18. Where golfers start 22. No charge 25. Print errors 27. Where rafters ply their trade 28. Paintings of holy figures 29. CNN host Lisa 30. Gives whippings 32. Type of tie 34. Unbroken view 35. Blemish 36. National capital 37. "Captain Marvel" actress Larson 38. Tenth pair of cranial nerves 40. Arizona native peoples 41. Confuse 42. Body parts 43. Plays a fast guitar 45. Tub 48. Pen parts 51. Supervises flying 52. Cars come with one 53. Some are fake 54. Calendar month 56. American whis- key (abbr.) Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 21. Klibanoff Eye Associates Welcomes Dr. Mona Aoude Klibanoff Now accepting New Patients 55 Broad Street, Pawtucket, RI 401-723-3400 Dr. Klibanoff specializes in primary eye care including comprehensive eye exams, treatment of ocular diseases, glasses and contact lens service, and the pre and post operative management of cataract and LASIK surgery patients. Tuesday and Wednesday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thursday 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.; Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday 7:30 a.m.-12 p.m.; Closed Sunday & Monday 401-769-2575 fax 401-766-2956 375 Saint Paul Street, North Smithfield, RI RI Contractor's Reg. #6112 Fully Insured COMPLETE LINE OF RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL FENCING FENCING MATERIALS AVAILABLE FOR THE DO-IT-YOURSELF INSTALL OPEN FOR OUR 35TH SEASON!

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