Built circa 1792, the Nathan Seamans House is a historic Colonial set right on desirable College Hill.
Stepping inside, the living room showcases wide plank hardwood floors and one of the six original fireplaces which are present throughout the home. Relax or study in the tranquil library surrounded by built-in shelves. An impressive mural adorns the elegant formal dining room, creating a one-of-a-kind experience for you and your guests. Off the dining room are a full bath, a guest bedroom and a quiet study. At the rear of the home is a sunny eat-in kitchen which features marble countertops, while also offering walkout access to the private cobblestone courtyard, perfect for alfresco dining.
On the second floor is a large central sitting room and an adjoining study, providing plenty of space for a relaxing night in. Completing this level are three bedrooms and two full baths, each adorned with beautiful historic details.
On the third floor is a versatile studio space with exposed where you can create a gym or workspace.
College Hill is a beautiful neighborhood aptly named for being home to the renowned campuses of Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design. Visit all of the shops and cafes along charming Wickenden Street and Thayer Street. The East Side is home to many parks like India Point Park which lays right on Narragansett Bay. Drive or walk right over the pedestrian bridge to downtown Providence and enjoy award-winning meals and entertainment.