Built in 1935 in the original Cowesett on the Hill neighborhood, this early century Colonial rests on a lovely manicured lot once owned by former Rhode Island Governor William Sprague.
A perfect complement of historic charm and modern conveniences, this home is ideal for entertaining, both inside and out.
Entering the home, a gracious main foyer leads into a formal dining room with a built-in China cabinet, as well as an inviting living room featuring a wood-burning fireplace and a pair of French doors stepping into a bright, tiled sunroom.
The nautical inspired eat-in kitchen has been updated with a large granite island and high vaulted ceilings, while the skylight and walls of windows flood the room with plenty of natural light.
Just off the kitchen is a spacious family room with a brick fireplace and a variety of custom built-ins.
Both the kitchen and family room offer walk-out access to an expansive brick and bluestone terrace surrounded by perennial gardens. Enjoy alfresco dining with family and friends, or put up a tent in the yard for hosting events and lawn parties.
Continuing up the stairs to the second floor, the master suite features high cathedral ceilings and offers its own tiled ensuite bath. Completing the second floor are three additional bedrooms and a full family bath off the hall, while the lower level provides a wealth of additional finished space, perfect for a home theatre, rec room, or fitness center.
This home is conveniently located just a short stroll to the marinas lining the bay, as well as the array of shops and restaurants along Main Street in East Greenwich. With easy access to the interstate, airport, and commuter rail, this home is just a 12 minute drive to all of the arts, entertainment, and fine dining of the Creative Capital.