Built c. 1903, the Mary P. and George H. Webb House is an incredible Colonial Revival on the East Side of Providence. Original hardwoods with mahogany inlays, four original fireplaces with intricate mantels, and meticulous woodwork are just some examples of the spectacular craftsmanship present in this home.
Step through the charming vestibule underneath the detailed transom window, and into the airy foyer with an ornate fireplace. The adjoining living room lies through original pocket doors and boasts another beautiful fireplace. The light-filled dining room is an elegant entertaining space with delicate glass-front cabinets, where stately Ionic columns frame French doors leading to the back patio. The modern kitchen features sleek designer cabinetry, stunning soapstone counters, and Thermador appliances. Entertainers and Chef’s alike will adore the restored Butler’s pantry with marble counter, glass-front cabinets, and a spacious prep sink with restoration fixtures.
An oversized sliding door illuminates the breakfast area and opens onto the expansive deck with a state-of-the-art Viking grill, connected to a gas line for ease of use. Host garden parties on the newly-installed stone paver patio with mature plantings and trees.
On the second floor, the large and soothing master suite is complete with an ensuite bath and generous closet space. The front bedroom is currently used as a family room with a cozy fireplace and an attached office. Completing this level is another bedroom with a delightful fireplace, and a shared-use full bath with contemporary dual sinks and glass shower enclosure.
Up on the third floor, past a lovely arched window at the landing, are three additional bedrooms and another full bath with designer finishes. Completing the home is the walkout lower level with exercise room, a laundry room with restored finishes, and a beautiful walk-in pantry.
This glorious East Side home offers fantastic walkability. Walk to Thayer Street or Wayland Square and enjoy the local stores and cuisine. The esteemed campuses of Brown University and the Rhode Island of Design are close as well. Downtown Providence is minutes away and is filled with award-winning theaters and dining options. The downtown train station and interstate provide swift travel throughout Rhode Island and the Northeast Corridor.