It’s not everyday that you find a house like 94 Meeting Street. Perched on a hill overlooking the city, it is at once historic and contemporary. Traditional and creative. Open and Intimate.
Built in 1840, this restored Greek Revival has taken on a life of its own. Additions in 1890 and 2006 enlarged the home into the unique structure it is today. The house underwent a complete renovation in 2006, when the original structure was taken down to the studs and preserved with the best of modern utilities, such as central air, radiant heat, and Pella windows. The addition of a sun room and master bedroom transformed the home, creating functional, unique spaces.
Features like coffered ceilings, spiral staircase, a tower, and roof deck, make this house an interesting place to live. The kitchen is efficient and opens onto a wonderful sun room with floor to ceiling windows on three sides. Just past the kitchen is a terrific, highly functional office.
As special as the interiors are, it is the exterior spaces that make this property exceptional. Glass doors lead to a granite patio and incredible, parklike grounds. The landscape offers plenty of space and privacy.
The roof deck is tucked beneath a canopy of trees, experiencing the transition from day to evening, with the sun setting behind the state house and the city lights gradually illuminating the sky, is magical.
The house is set in Historic College Hill , located on the East Side of Providence, RI which was recently named one of the top places to live in the country. Just a few blocks from Downtown, Brown, RISD and the restaurants on South Main Street.