This Victorian home was built c. 1870 and is located on 1.6 acres. In the 1980's, this home was converted to seven individually designed condominiums. Enter the main foyer with its grand staircase. This condo is located across the hall from the common room where period details remain. Here, homeowners enjoy getting together with their families and friends. Elegant and spacious, the rooms in this condo display original details, high ceilings, tall pocket doors, and hardwood floors. The kitchen was recently updated with wood cabinets, granite counter tops, stainless appliances, and tile flooring. Enter into the great room and enjoy the warmth of the gas fireplace. This room is perfect for entertaining and dining. Behind the pocket doors is another living room which can be used as a guest room. In this room there is another period fireplace (non-working). The master ensuite is on the lower level. There is a wall of closets, convenience of laundry, and storage room. A French door, walk out, takes you to a lovely stone patio and expansive landscape. Each owner has a one-car garage located in the rear of the property. Spend a leisurely afternoon or evening on the front porch and enjoy the sea breezes and water view of the bay. Take a stroll to Bristol's popular waterfront restaurant. Invite guests to watch Bristol's 4th of July Parade. Walk to downtown shops, restaurants, and art galleries! Make this unique and charming condominium yours!
Tucked away on a peninsula in beautiful Narragansett Bay, Bristol is a charming seaside town offering a wonderful quality of life at a relaxed pace. Surrounded by 15 miles of shoreline, this area has a reputation for having one of the best coastlines for sailing enthusiasts. Bristol is also known as one of the most patriotic towns in the United States, right down to its red, white, and blue traffic lines down the middle of Main Street. It hosts the annual Bristol Fourth of July Parade, which is the oldest, continuous Fourth of July celebration in the nation. Bristol’s geography, as a peninsula between Narragansett Bay and Mount Hope Bay, makes the climate more moderate than most New England communities; warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.