Built in 1679, the Clement Weaver-Daniel Howland House is the oldest documented home in Kent County, and the second oldest house in Rhode Island.
Rich with character, the home is a rare example of 17th century architecture, and has been thoughtfully maintained and updated for modern living, while retaining much of its original charm.
The interior boasts wide plank hardwood floors and brick wood burning fireplaces, while also containing updated features including a modern kitchen and a fabulous airy great room with vaulted ceilings.
The home includes three bedrooms and two full baths, and also comes with a separate outbuilding which can be utilized as an additional family room or studio space.
Although privately tucked away, this property is just a short drive to the Potowomut Golf Course and 490 acres of recreational resources at Goddard Memorial State Park including athletic fields and bridle trails. The home is also in close proximity to the shops and restaurants along nearby Main Street in East Greenwich, and just a 25 minute drive to all the business, entertainment, and nightlife of Downtown Providence.