List Price: $324,900
Sold On August 11, 2017
Welcome to urban cool on the West Side of Providence! This fourth level loft located in the Monohasset Mill, a National Historic Register site, offers slightly over 1200 square feet of living space. The Mill was originally built in 1866 has been beautifully renovated into vibrant live/work condominiums and is adjacent to The Steel Yard, a steel and iron complex that houses a variety of industrial arts facilities.
Enter into this remarkably preserved brick Mill building and either take the convenient elevator, or the stairs, to access this bright and extremely efficient loft. Once inside, the home’s unmistakable beauty unfolds before you. In the spacious open living/dining area, an incredible interior volume is created by soaring 13’ ceilings. Sunlight abounds through the massive 3 ½’ windows which provide a front row seat for stunning evening sunsets with the city as a backdrop. Original maple hardwood flooring throughout, brick walls, exposed piping, and a sleek and modern kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances join together to create a perfect symphony of old and new. Adjacent to the living/dining room is a cozy office area.
With two windows, the bedroom is tucked away behind the dressing area providing quiet and privacy. Lofted storage above the kitchen, overlooking the tiled bath, could be the perfect place for storage or displaying art or antiques. The loft is equipped with a laundry room, central air and gas heat and cooking. There is one deeded parking space and dogs, or cats, of any size are welcome!
With just under 40 units this award winning adaptive reuse design building has the perfect balance of privacy and community. Venturing out into the courtyard, there is a strong sense of community among the owners who are free to display their art, plant in the community garden or cook in the outdoor grilling area. This loft is conveniently located along the Woonasquatucket River Greenway, one mile from downtown Providence with direct access to a bicycle path, Route 10 and I-95 north and south and surrounded by artists living and working.