Located in the desirable Moses Brown neighborhood on Providence’s historic East Side, the Annie T. and James Shaw, Jr. House built in 1890 showcases a freshly painted exterior and newer red cedar shingles with over 3,000 square feet of well-appointed living space.
The interior of the home boasts gleaming hardwood floors and plenty of character and beautiful period details throughout. The fabulous eat-in kitchen has been nicely updated and is flooded with natural light with a breakfast nook. Serve guests in the formal dining room adorned with a handsome fireplace and corner built-in or enjoy al fresco dining out on the deck overlooking the gardens on a nice day.
The home provides a total of six nicely sized bedrooms and two full and one half baths while the second level features a cozy den with a fireplace.The top floor is a quiet oasis with a home office and wonderful deck overlooking the city.
Located in the heart of the East Side, this property is within walking distance of a host of nearby conveniences. Just a few blocks from all the boutiques and shops of Wayland Square, this home is also a short stroll to Thayer Street and several city parks. This wonderful property is minutes from public and private schools plus local colleges and universities. Located just a mile and a half from the Financial District, theatres, restaurants, arts and cultural venues of Downtown Providence, convenient access to the major interstates and the train station allows for easy travel throughout the Northeast corridor.