Built in 1841, the John B. Earle and Josiah Simmons house is a magnificent Federal style Greek Revival home with a welcoming Tuscan column portico adorning the front entry.
Step inside to the interior with rooms swathed in historic beauty and charm, enhancing the sitting room and double living room. Each room offers the space and beauty to host friends and family for all occasions. Detailed moldings and hardwood floors in the dining room help to create an elegant atmosphere at every meal. Chefs and visitors alike will enjoy the comfortable and spacious kitchen with top of the line appliances, glass front cabinetry, a historic brick fireplace, and a casual dining area.
Outdoors, Rhode Island’s largest Wisteria tree exquisitely frames the sides and top of the sunny deck looking out over the private yard. Walk down to the garden level and enjoy an alfresco meal on the blue stone patio surrounded by mature plantings.
On the second floor is an impeccable master suite with fireplace, dressing room, and an incredible private bath with soaking tub. A second suite complete with a private bath is also on this floor along with two more bedrooms, a third full bath, and a study.
Climbing up to the third level gives you access to three additional bedrooms that can be converted into workspaces or rec rooms, and a full bath with a dual sink vanity.
This great location provides remarkable walkability as many opportunities are feet from your doorstep. Nearby Thayer Street, Ives Street and Wickenden Street are charming areas lined with local stores and cafes. The campuses of both Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design as well as various other museums and campuses are in the surrounding area. Enjoy natural beauty in the city as you visit nearby parks like India Point Park, which is set right on Narragansett Bay. Minutes away is the downtown commuter rail, which offers travel to and from Boston. Walk over the river to Downtown Providence and enjoy a night of award-winning theaters and entertainment.