On the Market: A Federal-Style Mansion in Providence
This stately residence on College Hill boasts 13 fireplaces.
66 Williams Street, East Side of Providence
Size: 11,790 square feet
One of Providence’s crowning jewels is on the market, presenting a rare opportunity for a New Englander to live like royalty. This brick Federal-style mansion was built in 1810, and is one of the last remaining family estates on College Hill.
The restored residence stretches to more than 11,000 square feet across three levels. It has a total of six bedrooms—including two master suites—a gourmet kitchen, 13 fireplaces, a bi-level office, and formal living and dining rooms clad in original period wallpaper. Outside, a cobblestone courtyard leads to former horse stables that have been converted into an entertainment pavilion.
For information, contact James DeRentis, Residential Properties, Ltd., thepvdrealestateguy.com.
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