This gorgeous Brick Colonial on the historic East Side of Providence is in the desirable Freeman Plat neighborhood. Built in 1931, this home has a classic center hall design with the exterior adorned with art deco details.
Through the brick portico is the lovely foyer flanked by the living room and dining rooms. The living room with a wood burning fireplace is an ideal retreat for entertaining family and friends. Glass doors lead out from both sides of the fireplace into the warm sunroom with walkout access to a delightful screened-in porch. The bright dining room is a wonderful formal space ideal to gather around the table. The chef’s kitchen features stainless steel appliances, stone counters, and a casual dining area. Off the kitchen is a convenient mudroom with a half bath and walk out access to the rear yard.
The brick patio is a charming setting, perfect for al fresco dining while looking out over the spacious fenced-in yard.
The second level of the home hosts the master suite with a gorgeous ensuite bath with a glass enclosed shower. Also on this floor are three generous bedrooms and a full tile bath.
The upper level of the home includes an additional bedroom and bathroom.
This beautiful property is walking distance from the boutiques and cafes of Wayland Square and Hope Street. The surrounding area contains multiple parks such as Lippitt Memorial Park and the path along Blackstone Boulevard. Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design and multiple private and public schools are also in the vicinity. The Downtown train station is under 2 miles aways and allows you to commute up to Boston and along the Northeast Corridor. Downtown Providence is minutes away and is home to the arts and culture that make the Creative Capital so unique.