Built in 1859, the Sampson and Eliza Almy House is a stunning Thomas Tefft-designed Italianate located on the desirable East Side of Providence.
Step into the elegant entry hall flanked by a beautifully proportioned living room with a fireplace and period casework. Raised wood paneling and crown moldings create a tasteful atmosphere in the formal dining room with an adjoining sunroom. Through the butler’s pantry is the fully-equipped cook’s kitchen with custom cabinetry, a casual dining area, and an abutting sitting area.
The professionally landscaped yard has a formal English garden and granite paved parking court giving you a charming oasis in the middle of the city.
The second floor has three bedrooms including a spacious master suite with a private bath and dressing room. The two additional bedrooms share an adjoining bath while a vintage bath is off the hall.
On the third floor are three more ample bedrooms along with two full baths.
This delightful College Hill residence gives you convenient access to all of the shops along Thayer Street, while being close to the heralded campuses of Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design. Minutes away is the downtown commuter rail, which along with the highway, provide ease of travel throughout the Northeast Corridor. Downtown Providence is a vibrant cityscape full of award-winning theaters and cultural experiences.