Located on the edge of College Hill, the Alpheus S Packard House is a two-and-a-half story Stick Style House built in 1879 that has been transformed into four gracious condominiums.
This garden level unit features a private Victorian Revival entry, garaged parking, and tasteful renovations.
With crown moldings this lovely home is full of classic decor including full height windows, oak hardwood flooring, a dramatic entry hall, and a double sided fireplace in the living room and dining room.
The bright formal dining area has custom built-in cabinetry, and steps into the sleek eat-in kitchen.
Each of the three bedrooms have their own private full bath and generous closets. Including a large master with marble tiled bath.
Set on the historic East Side of Providence, the Alpheus S Packard House has a wealth of conveniences waiting just outside its doorstep. Take a stroll to one of several nearby city parks or visit the collection of shops and restaurants at Wayland Square. Boating enthusiasts will appreciate easy access to the Narragansett Boat Club, while the educational institutions of both Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design are just a few blocks away. The home is just minutes from the financial district, fine dining, and cultural attractions of Downtown Providence while convenient access to the interstate and train station allow for easy travel throughout the Northeast corridor.