Built in 1871, the William T. and Eliza B. Lewis House is a quintessential Alfred Drowne Victorian estate which impeccably blends Italianate architecture and historic charm with modern amenities to create a beautiful and functional home.
Original Barrington bricks line the inviting path leading to this home’s entryway. The foyer welcomes you with high ceilings and gorgeous hardwood floors throughout. The formal parlor enjoys a large bay window and beautiful French doors that open to the bright and cheerful sunroom. Relax around the wood fireplace that creates a warm and cozy atmosphere in the casual living room. The extraordinary chef’s kitchen with exposed brick, high-end stainless appliances, and custom cabinetry is the perfect central gathering spot. Impress fellow diners in the elegant dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows, a marble fireplace, and lovely period details.
From either the kitchen or mudroom you can walk out to the splendid stone terrace. Sit out in the sun and enjoy al fresco dining and garden parties on the impeccable grounds featuring stone walls, and gorgeous perennial gardens.
A gorgeous wood staircase invites you up to the second level where water views remind you of the home’s proximity to the Bay and the neighborhood beaches. The master suite boasts an ensuite bath with a glass enclosed spa shower, while a second suite includes a marble soaking tub. This floor includes two additional bedrooms and stairs to a third floor tower with a third suite and a birds-eye views of the estate.
Nestled away in the historic and popular Primrose section of Barrington, Alfred Drowne is a vibrant and walkable community with three neighborhood beaches and the East Bay Bike Path, which goes all the way from India Point to Colt State Park. The Rhode Island Country Club, home of the CVS Charity classic is just down the road along with the Barrington town beach. Make use of the Bayside YMCA and the many local parks and recreational areas. Barrington is a beautiful bayside town with a charming town center and an award-winning school system only 20 minutes from Downtown Providence.