Custom designed and built in 2001, this gorgeous Rumford home is flooded with natural light and overlooks the sparkling James V Turner Reservoir separating Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
This house is a dream for both comfort and entertainment. As soon as you walk in you are greeted by a two-story entry hall bordered by a cozy living room with a large palladian window, and a bright formal dining room. The family room offers a custom built mantel and cabinets, while a picturesque wall of glass extends all the way up to the high coffered ceiling.
The family room flows directly into a large kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a large island complete with prep sink, breakfast bar, and built-in dining area. Adjoining the kitchen is the screened porch perfect for relaxing or dining. The extensive butler’s pantry makes entertaining a breeze while keeping your kitchen clean with its cabinet space, and additional dishwasher and oven. Down the hall from the butler’s pantry are a half bath and laundry room with its own sink.
The porch, formal living room, and master bedroom all have access to the large back deck where you and guests can lounge as you gaze across the gorgeous reservoir.
Completing the first floor is a gorgeous master bedroom offering large windows looking out onto the water. This quiet retreat also provides private access to the back deck, as well as a recently renovated ensuite bathroom showcasing a double sink vanity, custom cabinets, radiant heated floors, and a soaking tub.
Upstairs are two more spacious bedroom suites. Both rooms include their own en suite bath, while one steps out to its own private deck overlooking the water. This level also provides access to a large finished bonus room over the garage perfect for a study or guest room.
This incredible home allows owners and guests the opportunity to kayak or fish in the large reservoir. It is minutes from the Wannamoisett and Agawam Hunt Country Clubs, both of which were designed by Donald Ross. Wayland Square and all of its wonderful cafes and shops are a short drive away, while all the business and nightlife of Downtown Providence is only 10 minutes down the highway.