Built in 1892, the Ann Lowe House is a gorgeous Queen Anne Victorian located in the Edgewood neighborhood in Cranston. The striking style can be identified by the impressive two-story turret and intricate Victorian details and hardwood floors throughout.
Walk past the picket fence onto the front porch providing warmth in the winter and cool breezes in the summer while overlooking the professionally landscaped front yard. Inside, the brilliant foyer showcases a staircase and fireplace built with meticulous craftsmanship. The adjoining living room makes use of the turret to create a bright and unique space to gather while the dining room boasts built-in shelves and an elaborate fireplace. The wide kitchen features custom cabinetry, a tile backsplash, and an adjacent breakfast area.
One of two doors lead you out to the quaint rear yard with a porch and brick patio bordered by mature plantings to create a serene setting to dine al fresco.
Up the stairs past the gorgeous stained glass window is the second floor landing which offers enough space to create a sitting area or home office. On this level are a full bath and three bedrooms, including the master that receives an abundance of light from the windows on the turret.
The third floor is ideal for a guest suite with two additional bedrooms and a full bath.
Walk around this active community and find yourself at the William Hall Library or shop around the boutiques and local restaurants in Pawtuxet Village. Several schools are in the surrounding area including Park View Middle School. Being so close to Narragansett Bay this home is close to both the Rhode Island and Edgewood Yacht Clubs. Visit Roger Williams Park and tour the renowned zoo or its many other attractions. This great location is less than four miles to Downtown Providence and it’s vibrant arts and culture.