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Greenvale Farm is an historic farm and 19th-century summer estate at 582 Wapping Road in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Historically used for farmland, a portion of this was transformed into an expansive country estate in the 1860s by John Barstow, a Boston merchant. It is located at the end of a narrow dirt lane, and is set overlooking the Sakonnet River. The main house, designed by John Hubbard Sturgis and built in 1864-65, is an exuberant implementation of the Stick style with Gothic features. It has asymmetric form, with a variety of projections, dormers, gables, and cross-gables, with a variety of exterior finishes. The estate continues to be owned by Barstow descendants. The estate was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
Today is my mom's 52nd birthday and we decided to celebrate at Greenvale Vineyards. We called ahead to make sure it was okay and we were given the go ahead to bring 16 family members and outside... Read more
I had a terribly bad experience with this vineyard today. To the owners: even if it's a small blip in your experience running a business or in your personal life, I hope that it's enough to... Read more
Visited Greenvale today and had an excellent experience. Learned about the history of the vineyard from the owner and her son. My boyfriend and I each had a flight which resulted in trying the... Read more
- Thu - Sat: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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