The Moses Kent House is a historic house on River Road in Lyme, New Hampshire. The 21⁄2 story wood frame house was built in 1811, and follows a typical Georgian floor plan with Federal styling. Its interior and exterior finish details are in good condition. The house is most notable the murals by Rufus Porter that are drawn on its walls. Porter, at the time an itinerant painter, probably executed them between 1825 and 1830, and they are the only known example of his work in the area. The murals depict countryside scenes and views of harbors.