Built c. 1883, the Myron H. Fuller House is a striking Queen Anne Victorian that has been converted into a multi-family home with two spacious units. The picturesque turreted porch enjoys a conical roof and plenty of space to relax and stare out at the tree-lined street.
The first floor unit features a foyer with built-ins that abuts an oversized living room that stretches down to a bay window. Enjoy meals by the fireplace in the charming dining room. A stained glass window projects light into the generous bedroom with a connected walk-in closet. The oversized tiled kitchen adjoins a full bath, and a laundry area and walks out to the rear yard.
The unit on the upper levels boasts an open floor plan providing plenty of room to live and entertain. The living room opens into the eat-in kitchen with a subway tile backsplash. A laundry room sits at the rear of the unit along with the skylit full bath. The generous bedroom on this level has private access to the bath, while the a private loft area allows you to create a second bedroom or work space.
Brick walkways cover the grounds and weave between the mature gardens. This private yard has enough space to enjoy an outdoor meal alone or with visitors.
This multi-unit home is only a mile from many of the West Side’s unique options, including Ogie’s Trailer Park, Pizza J, and the White Electric Coffee. Visit the farmer’s market at Dexter Field and grab locally grown goods. Classical High School is down the road and is a nationally recognized school. Less than ten minutes away is Roger Williams Park, home of the zoo, carousel village, and walking paths. Downtown Providence is minutes away is host to a train station and renowned cultural sites.