Built in 1808, the John Reynolds House rests between Benefit and Thayer Streets on Providence’s desirable College Hill. This two-and-a-half story Federal house built by housewrights Caleb Earle and Stanford Branch was originally on Benevolent Street and later moved in 1948 to its current location. The home has since been thoughtfully updated with modern amenities while still reflecting its original details and charm.
Inside, the home has fabulous open living spaces making for a great entertaining experience and exudes character, featuring a fireplace in every room – six in total.
Flooded with natural light, the modern kitchen features gourmet stainless steel appliances, granite counters and exquisite custom cabinetry. The breakfast area provides access to the stone patio and the manicured fenced yard offering the best urban escape.
The master bedroom on the second floor showcases a two fireplaces as well as a dressing area and updated private bath. The home provides three additional bedrooms and two full baths between the second and third levels.
Set in Providence’s desirable East Side, this property is just off of Historic Benefit Street and within walking distance of the boutiques, shops, and restaurants along South Main, Thayer, and Wickenden Streets. Enjoy the educational resources of both Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design, while Downtown Providence is less than a mile from your doorstep.