About This 1858 Second Empire In Barrington Rhode Island
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own a very special signature Barrington property. Originally known as the Joshua Chapin/David A Waldron House, the original structure was built in 1858. Architecturally significant details include soaring ceilings, plaster crown mouldings, multiple fireplaces, inlaid hardwood flooring and a grand wrap around front porch.
With over 4500 sq feet of versatile living space, the property currently has 6 bedrooms and 3 baths – 2 very recently renovated. The lot is over an acre, and includes a spectacular Copper Beach tree that according to records was planted on the first Arbor Day is 1872. Located in the sought after Alfred Drowne neighborhood with easy access to the East Bay Bike Path, neighborhood beaches, and only a 10 minute drive to Providence, this is must see for anyone looking for a truly remarkable Barrington home.