The stunning architecture of this historic Victorian, circa 1886, can only be rivaled by its ideal location on the East Side of Providence. The College Hill neighborhood is highly sought after for its walkability and easy access to universities, shopping and recreational facilities including the Brown Street Park, located directly across the street.
Adorning the home’s facade are beautiful architectural details, including a circular front porch and oversized Victorian windows. A lovely garden bordered by flower beds in full bloom, encircle the home and its private backyard, complete with a convenient two car garage.
The home’s lovely entry hall, with one of four beautifully carved fireplaces, leads into an open concept great room, seamlessly integrating a dining room, family room, and a show-stopping designer kitchen. Completing the first floor is a den with another cozy fireplace and a sun-splashed sitting room with finely detailed moldings and entry columns.
Upstairs, the second floor has a large master suite with its own private dressing room, sitting room and sumptuous new spa like bathroom, which includes a clawfoot tub, shower, and double vanity. This floor also includes two additional bedrooms and a beautifully renovated vintage bathroom.
The third floor is extremely versatile with large sunny rooms each with skylights, a kitchen, and full bathroom and could be used in myriad ways: as a studio, home office, or nanny suite!
Set in an ideal location, this home offers a host of amenities waiting just outside your doorstep. Shop for fresh produce at the nearby Whole Foods in University Plaza, catch a film at the historic Avon Cinema, and then end your night dining at one of the many heralded restaurants along Hope and Thayer Streets. Just a few miles of both Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design, the home is also just minutes from all the nightlife and entertainment of Downtown Providence. Plus easy access to the train, airport and interstate make for a convenient commute up and down the Northeast corridor.