The William Aplin house, plated 1826, is fittingly situated at 91 Hope Street on the east side of Providence. Located in the heart of the east side, and a short walk to shopping, restaurants and water-fire. Lovingly renovated with all of the historic touches, but without the historic restrictions. The propertyâ€™s current configuration is a mixed use property with two units. Currently owner occupied, Floor two has a 2 bedroom 1.5 bath fully renovated apartment. The first floor unit currently houses a small well respected business. Unit one has 1.5 baths, kitchen and three rooms. The homeowners renovated the 2nd floor apartment in 2011. Included in the project was a space reconfiguration, new kitchen, appliances, original hard wood floors refinished, updated electric, insulation (floor 2 & 1) and heating and air conditioning unit. The first floor heating and air conditioning unit was updated in 2014. The exterior of the house was painted and cedar fencing, patio, and new driveway to accommodate 3 vehicles where installed. The property has a quaint back yard space and patio perfect for entertaining. This location is walking distance to so much the city offers starting with right outside the front door. Minutes to Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design as well as many shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. A must see and unique opportunity! First Floor business open to lease back.
Listing courtesy of Keystone Property Group, LLC.
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