Colonial Brick Sells for $2.05 Million on Providence’s East Side
PROVIDENCE — A colonial brick home built in 1909 on the city’s East Side recently sold for more than $2 million, in one of the city’s top 10 single-family home sales so far this year, according to Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty, which represented the buyer in the transaction.
The 7,740-square-foot home at 143 Meeting St. sold for $2.05 million, making it the eighth-highest single-family home sale in Providence so far this year, the company said. real estate, citing data from the Rhode Island Multiple Listing Service real estate database.
Churchill & Banks Co. represented the seller in the transaction.
The home in the College Hill area contains six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and one half bathroom, according to Mott & Chace.
Large double front doors facing the street open into an office and living room with original moldings, high ceilings and a fireplace, the property company said, and a large dining room is in the adjoining room, leading to the newly renovated kitchen with an integrated dining area. Another room on the first floor, designated as a library or family room, has a fireplace, the firm said.
The second floor contains the master bedroom, with its own fireplace, walk-in closet, cloakroom and en-suite bathroom, the property company said.
The 2,239-square-foot basement was recently remodeled into a media room/family entertainment room, Mott & Chace said.
Outside the home, the 0.25-acre lot includes a 1,200-square-foot four-bay garage, separate gym, additional parking and a yard, the company said.
The property was sold by Eli Adams to Nicholas Radesca, a trustee of the Nicholas Radesca Revocable Trust, and Susan Redesca, a trustee of the Susan Redesca Revocable Trust, according to a copy of the collateral deed, a public record of the sale.
Marc Larocque is a contributing writer for PBN.
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