Nestled sweetly in the Garden Hills area of Cranston, is a beautiful piece of the city's history. Previously built and owned by the Brayton Family, who have been residents of Cranston since 1797, this one of a kind gem is one you must see. The home, originally part of the Brayton Family farm, is mentioned in two books. The books are â€œOther Ways and Other Daysâ€ by Gladys W. Brayton, a direct descendent for Roger Williams, and â€œImages of America: Cranstonâ€ by Lydia L. Rapoza and Bette Miller. Backed by the Cranston Historical Society. This lovingly cared for home has so much to offer. The beautiful and meticulous landscaped grounds provide a park like setting complete with its own babbling stream. Gladys Brayton had suggested the name of Old Spring Rd to persevere the memory of the original street and stream. As you enter the home, you'll be drawn into the spacious yet cozy atmosphere. From the beautiful wood floors and lovely brick fireplace to the original glass door knobs, the attention to detail is amazing. There is plenty of room for entertaining, with ten total rooms, including eat in kitchen, separate dining room, living room with fireplace, four to five bedrooms and more. Reach out and schedule your personal visit and be prepared to fall in love.
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