Single-Family Home, Colonial - Bristol, RI
Known as the Jonathan Peck, Jr. - Samuel Martin Farmhouse, this is a rare chance to live in a totally charming and very early Bristol house. NOTE: SELLER HAS PLANNING BOARD APPROVAL TO DIVIDE THIS LOT AS FOLLOWS: PLAT 61/LOT 34 WITH HOUSE AND 47,360 SF OF LAND FACING HOPE STREET. PLAT 61/LOT 91 IS A BUILDABLE LOT WITH 20,020 SF OF LAND FACING AARON AVENUE. The house was built prior to 1721 with an 1840 addition, it has been restored by the owner beginning in 1973 with the help of restoration architect Lombard J. Pozzi. Full of history, beautiful red cedars and a tall stone wall line the long driveway and grass fields surround the house. Wide board pine floors and architectural details are on the interior with a long living room with fireplace and a formal dining room. There is also a first floor den (potential small bedroom), an eat-in kitchen, a full bath, and a laundry room. Steep stairs take you to the second floor with two large bedrooms, one at each end of the house, with a big sitting room with fireplace in the middle. A small single bedroom and a second full bath are also on the second floor.. The basement floor is brick and has a workshop and the utilities. There is an open porch facing south; and on the grounds are flower gardens, a garden shed and an old well house.
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