Saltbox-style homes exemplify American colonial architecture and are peppered throughout New England. Their signature feature is a pitched roof that slopes in the back of the house to sometimes less than six feet from the ground level. From Cushing, Maine, to South Kingston, R.I., here a look at six of these historic asymmetrical homes currently on the market. For more info on the homes in this slideshow, please contact the realtor listed.
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