Located in the desirable Oak Hill neighborhood, this three bedroom Cottage built in 1931 exudes original charm and rests on a lovely lot with a private fenced-in city garden and a freshly painted exterior.
The home’s entrance vestibule steps into a living room showcasing a wood burning brick fireplace, while an open archway leads into a formal dining room with French doors.
The recently renovated eat-in kitchen has been updated with new tile floors, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances, while a cozy breakfast nook provides the perfect spot for casual dining.
A door off the kitchen opens to a private back porch where you can sit and enjoy the views of the rear garden, complete with a shaded sitting area and inviting stone walkways surrounded by mature plantings.
Just down the hall off the kitchen is a full art deco newly tiled bath and three bright bedrooms, one of which can be used as a quiet study with beautiful custom built-ins. In all, the home contains 1,320 square feet of single floor living space, while also offering the opportunity for a possible second floor expansion in the spacious walk-up attic.
Set in a very walkable neighborhood, the home is just an easy stroll to the cafes, artist studios, and music venues of Hope Artist Village, as well as the playground and farmer’s market at nearby Lippitt Memorial Park. Enjoy the wide selection of shops and restaurants along Hope Street, while the educational facilities of Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design are just minutes away. Less than five miles from all the business, nightlife, and entertainment of Downtown Providence, convenient access to the interstate and train station allow for simple travel throughout Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts.