Built in 1910, this charming Colonial in the heart of the East Side of Providence has been updated with modern amenities while charming details maintain its classic appeal.
Step through the portico entrance and into the wide and airy living room where you can enjoy the company of guests around the cozy wood burning fireplace and beautiful hardwood floors. The sunroom offers a warm reprieve where you and guests can relax while looking out over the quiet streetscape. Adjoining the dining room, past the convenient half bath, is the modern chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counters and a breakfast bar looking out over the yard. The kitchen opens directly into the bright dining area with light flooding in from the glass door slider that steps out to the rear yard.
A wooden deck, ideal for al fresco dining, overlooks the fenced-in city yard with mature plantings and a multi-bay garage.
The second level of the home provides three generous bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a home office. The full tile bath with a glass enclosed tile shower and a sitting tub offers a delightful respite for busy lives.
This home’s ideal location puts many of the East Side’s highlights within walking distance, such as Wayland Square, Hope Street, or Thayer Street where you can visit local boutiques and restaurants. Multiple parks are close by including the Brown Street Park, and Blackstone Park and Greenway. Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design along with multiple private and public schools occupy the surrounding area. Less than two miles away are both the train station and Downtown Providence showcasing the arts and culture of the Creative Capital.