Built in 1881, the Lucius Horton House is a gorgeous townhouse located on a quiet, one-way street two blocks from Brown University. The incredible layout stretches three floors and is brimming with gracious historic details from hardwood floors, to hand crafted moldings, and fireplaces throughout.
The beautiful entry foyer is flanked by two sitting rooms each with an ornate mantel, while down the hall is a formal dining room which creates an elegant meal setting. Past a convenient half bath is a top of the line kitchen that features granite counters and stainless steel appliances. French doors lead out from the kitchen to a serene three seasons room which is an ideal spot to enjoy breakfast and a morning coffee while overlooking the rear patio.
This outdoor area is a quiet retreat perfect for al fresco dining and relaxation.
On the second level are four generous bedrooms, one of which is currently a sitting room, and a full bath. On the third floor are two more living spaces with built-in shelves and a second full bath.
The garden level unit is a legal one bedroom apartment that includes a kitchen, living area, and a private entrance.
Take advantage of the home’s fantastic walkability and explore everything the East Side has to offer, like nearby Thayer Street and Wayland Square, which are filled with popular stores and cafes. The acclaimed campuses of Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design are just down the road along with all their facilities. Observe the East Side’s natural beauty at the various parks in the area, including India Point Park set right on the water. Downtown Providence is minutes away and is home to a commuter rail along with a variety of renowned theaters and restaurants.