Located in the Wayland Square neighborhood and designated on the National Register of Historic Places the stately Albert C. White House in the Second Empire-style has been thoughtfully re-designed into a multi-family residence with four beautiful units. The architect planned layout skillfully blends original elements with modern amenities, including fireplaces, woodwork, mouldings and ebony hardwood floors.
Brownstone steps lead to the handsome entrance which is dedicated to the first floor unit whose soaring ceilings and contemporary design give it the look and feel of a single-family home. The living room with a gas fireplace and the adjacent dining room create the perfect gathering place for family and friends. The sleek and customized kitchen is as attractive as it is functional and a cook’s delight with its extensive cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The first floor master suite features a dressing room with a gas fireplace, a walk-in closet, and its own luxurious bath with a double sink vanity and walk in shower. On the upper floor of this unit is an additional suite with a full bath and a private sunroom with doors to a southern exposure porch.
Extensively landscaped grounds include the fenced-in side yard featuring a bluestone patio for private relaxation and al fresco dining.
Units two and three occupying the second and third floors are accessed via a private entry with a city garden, patio and porch. These units feature an open light filled layout with two bedrooms and two bathrooms and laundry.
Located at garden level, a dedicated side entrance leads to the one bedroom, one bathroom fourth unit that is the perfect pied a terre.
Two blocks from Wayland Square it is a leisurely stroll to wonderful cafes, restaurants and boutiques. Close by are the campuses of both Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design. Lush parks are within walking distance. Downtown Providence is minutes away and home to a commuter rail along with renowned arts and dining options.