This stunning 1928 Tudor Revival, sits majestically overlooking Freeman Plat. A dramatic brick and wrought iron staircase welcomes visitors to a bluestone patio crowned by a sculpted arched entryway. This property boasts rich architectural details infused with craftsmanship of a bygone era. Stained and leaded glass windows, inlaid hardwood floors and rich gumwood accents provide a regal flair to this unique home. A gracious double parlor with fireplace, generous dining room, gourmet designer kitchen, two or three bedrooms and one and one half baths complete the first floor while a master suite, guest room plus as study and laundry make for a superb owner's retreat. Add central air conditioning, integral garages, a Zen garden and income unit on the first floor and you have a home that is both stylish and practical. Walk to popular city amenities including Moses Brown and the Thayer and Hope Street shops. This well located in town residence will suit a variety of lifestyles. Truly one of a kind and found only on Providence's East Side. Taxes do not reflect owner occupied rate. Owner Occupied taxes would be $13,562.32 based on 2016 rates.
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.
219 Blackstone Boulevard
East Side of Providence, RI 02906