Watch Hill, in Westerly, is about as far south as you can get on the Rhode Island coast before coming to Connecticut. It’s a small town, developed in the late 19th- and early 20th-centuries as a summer place for the wealthy. It’s less pretentious than Newport, more New England-style wealth than gilded-era wealth. A lighthouse was established there in 1856, and is a popular spot for visitors—this is the keeper’s house.
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