Historic House Listings

Amazing home! “Conanicut Park”, Circa 1885. Three waterfront acres in Rhode Island. $3,995,000

January 24, 2020

The barrel vaulted ceiling is amazing! “Conanicut Park” was built in 1885. It is located on 3.11 acres in Jamestown, Rhode Island. This home was known by several names, Charles Fletcher Cottage, Point View Hotel, and the Jamestown Inn. The property overlooks Narragansett Bay and it has a long deep water dock. The upper level of the home is unfinished, but it does have a fireplace on that level. Six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and 6,500 square feet. $3,995,000

From the Zillow listing:


“Conanicut Park ” – Formerly known as: Charles Fletcher Cottage/ Point View Hotel/ Jamestown Inn; this wonderful Victorian dates back to c.1885. Sited on more than three acres overlooking Narragansett Bay, with 218 ft of waterfront, a boathouse, and private deep water dock. This elegant residence encompasses over 6,000 square feet of living space, with 18 rooms, 6 bedrooms, 7 full & 2 half baths on four floors, a spectacular fifth level widow’s walk with 270 degree views.A barrel vaulted renowned wood paneled ballroom and library both of which offer fireplaces. The gracious dining room is also replete with a fireplace, walnut and cherry wood floor. Adjacent is a chef’s main kitchen and separate caretaker/caterer’s kitchen for entertaining large gatherings. Five bedroom suites are spread across the second floor including one of the two master suites. The other master on the 3rd floor,with a large private deck, an office, and dressing room. An owners’ retreat, located on the 4th level is a spacious turret office, providing exceptional views. A rear staircase provides access to two ensuites ideal for privacy amongst guests; or ideal for house staff assisting an owner. The wonderful landscaping is accented by large stone walls, bluestone patios, and gardens. A detached oversized carriage house/garage structure was built with storage in mind; offering parking for 6 cars on the main level, and several more below. The upper level of the structure is unfinished w/fireplace.


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