Welcome to the Forrest Greene House, a majestic, brick late Victorian with a carriage house on Providence’s Historic East Side. Built in 1896, the property boasts classic period details with a cross-gable roof and projecting center pavilions. This well proportioned home offers ample living space, including six bedrooms and six-and-a-half baths with rich details including leaded glass windows and oak hardwood floors.
The gracious entry foyer is flanked by beautifully scaled rooms — a living room with two stone and brick fireplaces on the left, and a charming formal dining room with a magical gold leaf ceiling to the right. The dining room is conveniently adjacent to a butler’s pantry, making entertaining guests a breeze.
The beautiful chef’s kitchen offers a casual dining area, stainless steel appliances, and stone countertops including a center island with a breakfast bar. An attached family room steps off the kitchen with fireplace, custom built shelving and access to a stone and brick terrace surrounded by a walled garden.
The home’s second floor has a serene master suite with dual dressing rooms and delightful vintage style bath. Also on this level are three additional bedrooms and two charming baths.
The versatile third floor can be used as a private suite for family and guests, or as a home office or studio. The brick carriage house on the property has three garage bays and an apartment above.
Set on a third of acre with beautifully manicured grounds, this mini-estate is conveniently located just steps to Wayland Square, private schools and Blackstone Boulevard and both Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design. This home is also just five minutes from all the nightlife and entertainment of Downtown Providence. With easy access to the Providence Station, commuting throughout the Northeast corridor is stressless.