Sold for $460,000 on May 30, 2019
Stunning 1820 sqft 2-bed loft in historic mill building on the Woonasquatucket River in Providence's Valley Arts District. Built in 1866, Monohasset Mill is an award-winning historic preservation projectâoriginally home to the Armington & Sims Engine Company which built engines for Thomas Edison, and later, part of the post-industrial arts movements in New England. Unit has two private entrances, to the front and rear, with direct courtyard access via balcony. Ample space for internal loft expansion. Maple hardwoods, reclaimed historic wood and marbleized floors throughout. Spacious kitchen with large granite island and bar. Historic mill doors and large windows. High ceilings with massive exposed heartwood structural beams and unique vaulted brick ceiling. Adjacent to The Steel Yard (a 3-acre industrial arts school & event facility) and the Waterfire Arts Centerâboth nationally- recognized arts organizationsâas well as to a riverfront park with public access for kayaking and bike path/greenway. Walking distance to historic Federal Hill culinary district, health-food store, supermarket, nightlife, artist studios, and forthcoming local food hub and market. Close to public transit and public bike-share with immediate access to RT10, RT6, and RT95.