This magnificent estate home offers a unique combination of a luxurious lifestyle matched with a prime location in a private enclave in northern Rhode Island.
The lavish, yet welcoming home has handsome detail, including oak floors with mahogany inlay, high ceilings and custom millwork.
The formal living room features a gas fireplace, wainscoting, and a vaulted ceiling with cove lighting, while the dining room has French doors that open to a bluestone terrace.
The true heart of the house is the inviting kitchen with an adjoining great room. A masterful combination of form and function, the kitchen exudes warmth and beauty with top of the line appliances and fine finishes.
The home also includes a first floor master suite with a luxurious en suite bath, as well as a pair of second floor bedrooms with an adjoining full bath, and a massive third floor bonus room.
For more information on this property, please visit: 132Angell.com
Set on a gated eight acre estate known as Torrey Meadows, this custom built shingle style home features 4,800 square feet of architecturally designed living space, and also offers a three-car garage, a carriage house studio, and an in-ground pool area with a fully equipped cabana.
The open living and family room steps out to a relaxing covered porch overlooking the sprawling yard, while the formal dining room offers a series of French doors which can be closed for private dinner events.
Complete with top of the line stainless steel appliances, marble wraparound counters, and mosaic tile backsplash, the gourmet eat-in kitchen offers everything to inspire your inner chef, including a full wet bar, a walk through pantry, and a center island with prep sink and breakfast bar. This modern culinary space also walks out to a spectacular in-ground pool area featuring a hot tub, blue stone patio, and a fully equipped cabana.
The second floor is comprised of three bedroom suites, including a master bedroom which steps out to a private balcony with stunning views.
The third floor showcases a gorgeous barrel ceiling rotunda with walkout access to a raised deck, while the lower level supplies a finished rec room with antique barn board walls and a built-in wet bar for entertaining.
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Have you been told by National Grid that you have to move your gas meter to the outside of your house? The Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission wants you to know that an Owner Waiver Form is currently available to protect historic homes.
National Grid is responsible for the safety of gas lines and would like to be able to have convenient access to their meters for inspection. With the amount of meters that need to be inspected annually, National Grid would prefer to make it as easy as possible for their technicians to get to gain access to each one.
However, many homeowners who have invested to restore historic properties, do not want the unsightly meters on the front of their properties.
If you decide that you want to keep your meter inside your home, you will be required to fill out the waiver. As a stipulation, you will also have to agree to allow National Grid timely access to the meter as needed to perform maintenance. Denying access, could result in the termination of service.
If you would like to keep the meter inside your historic home, simply fill out the waiver and submit it to National Grid.
To view the entire regulation notice, click here.