Built in 1924 the Frank D. Lisle House is a gracious, brick Georgian Revival that has been thoroughly modernized while still
retaining its original charm and classic architectural details. The home’s elegance is sophisticated yet welcoming, creating a perfect environment for entertaining.
The updated cook’s kitchen with Dacor range and Sub-zero refrigerator will inspire your inner chef. The marble island provides plenty of counter space and a banquet seating area, the butler’s pantry is great for serving guests. Off the kitchen is a comfortable family room awash in natural light. A classic loggia along the south side of the house is a passageway connecting the graceful dining room, cozy library and spacious formal living room. The dining room features a hand painted floor with a classic motif which complements formal, transitional or casual furnishings.
The East Side is steeped in old New England charm with its striking, historic architecture and beautiful stone and brick sidewalks. Three of the state’s more prominent prep schools as well as Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design are located on the East Side.