Isaac Bell House is currently closed to the public.
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Isaac Bell House is one of the best surviving examples of shingle-style architecture in the country. The house was designed by the firm of McKim, Mead and White in 1883 for Isaac Bell, a wealthy cotton broker and investor. After passing through a succession of owners, the Isaac Bell House was purchased by the Preservation Society in 1996, and is today designated a National Historic Landmark.
The architects and designers of the period drew inspiration from a mix of international styles and contemporary interpretations of classical domestic themes. Isaac Bell House is a fully realized experiment that visually represents the search for an American style of architecture.
Please note: The Breakers, Marble House, Rosecliff and Green Animals Topiary Garden are partially wheelchair accessible. For detailed information about access for visitors with special needs, please call (401) 847-1000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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