Hill & Harbor Featured in Providence Monthly
New Englanders of a certain age are sure to remember Cherry & Webb, the department store founded in 1888 that at one point had over 50 stores. Why the retail history lesson? This Freeman Parkway home was built in 1930 by the chain’s founder for his daughter, Anna Darling Cherry, and her new husband Frederick Hallworth. “Anna and Frederick divorced a few years later and she remarried a realtor named G. Mason Gross who moved into the home,” explains Lyn Herr, who today owns the home with her husband Patrick Morgan.