East Side of Providence, Rhode Island ; Immaculate condo for Sale
This is what you've been waiting for all along. A fantastic two bed condo on the east side with grace, style and grandeur. The full conversion completed in 2005, this six unit building from the 1930's boasts the best of the new and old. come see for yourself and make it yours today.
East Side's best! Stately & Majestic brick building offers a sun drenched second floor unit w/ 2bd/1.5bth featuring 1930's style, moldings, gleaming hardwoods & fir floors, large dinning & bedrooms, and huge windows. Blackstone Blvd. walking trails & green space. Luscious landscape, off street parking & garage. Close to amenities.
The East Side is a collection of neighborhoods in Providence, Rhode Island on the eponymous eastern part of the city. It officially comprises the neighborhoods of Blackstone, Hope (commonly known as Summit), Mount Hope, College Hill (once known as Prospect Hill), Wayland, and Fox Point. The East Side contains most of Brown University's facilities. These include the Main Green, the Rockefeller Library, the Pembroke Campus, and the School of Medicine. Many of the Rhode Island School of Design's buildings are along the slope of College Hill. The RISD Museum is located on Benefit Street.
Numerous cafes, restaurants, and shops are located along Thayer Street, adjoining Brown University at Veteran's Gate, and along Wickenden Street, South Water Street. Both streets are home to numerous small and independent shops, though Thayer Street has a few chain stores. Brown University's bookstore is located on Thayer.A notable Thayer Street landmark is the Avon Cinema which dates back to the early twentieth century.
Wayland Square is another shopping area, located at the intersection of Wayland Ave. and Angell St. Restaurants in Wayland Square include The Edge, Farmstead/La Laiterie, Haruki East, Minerva's Pizza, and Red Stripe.
Other parks include:
Blackstone Boulevard Park is a green space between northbound and southbound lanes of Blackstone Boulevard. It consists of 19.3 acres (7.8 ha) of parkland and a 1.7-mile (2.7 km) path for jogging and walking.Blackstone Park just north of Richmond Square at the end of Waterman Street in Wayland. Blackstone Park is 40-acre (16 ha) city park with 2,400 feet (730 m) of shore frontage on the Seekonk River.[Brown Street Park, behind Hope High School. Brown Street Park has several children's play structures and an adult fitness equipment area, ongoing programming includes Children's Play Dates, Fitness Classes, Yoga Classes and a Summer Concert Series. Visit www.friendsofbrownstreetpark.org for more information.Constance Witherby Park in Wayland.