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Halsey House is a 10,822-square-foot, Federal-style brick mansion situated on a lush green acre lot located in historic College Hill. This mansion has been renovated to reflect the true elegance of the apartments using modern, high end amenities and conveniences. Each apartment is truly unique all with different layouts, luxury features and amenities. Inside, one can see the meticulously preserved period details maintaining the feel of this historic mansion. The floors vary between hardwood, pine, ceramic, and marble, while the fireplaces are made with either brick, marble, tile, stone, or wood frame mantels. The kitchens are modern and the bedrooms boast tall ceilings and large windows pouring in tons of natural light. The Halsey House offers spacious living in an ultra-convenient location just minutes from I-95, I-295, I-195 and 2 minutes from the Commuter Rail. Nestled in a charming neighborhood setting abundant green spaces will make you excited to call Halsey House your new home.

Built in 1801 by Col. Thomas Lloyd Halsey (1751-1838), a prosperous Providence shipping merchant and French consular agent in Rhode Island during the Revolutionary War. H.P. Lovecraft used the Halsey House as the basis for the home of the title character in his short novel "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward."

Halsey House is a 10,822-square-foot, Federal-style brick mansion situated on a lush green acre lot located in historic College Hill. This mansion has been renovated to reflect the true elegance of the apartments using modern, high end amenities and conveniences. Each apartment is truly unique all with different layouts, luxury features and amenities. Inside, one can see the meticulously preserved period details maintaining the feel of this historic mansion. The floors vary between hardwood, pine, ceramic, and marble, while the fireplaces are made with either brick, marble, tile, stone, or wood frame mantels. The kitchens are modern and the bedrooms boast tall ceilings and large windows pouring in tons of natural light. The Halsey House offers spacious living in an ultra-convenient location just minutes from I-95, I-295, I-195 and 2 minutes from the Commuter Rail. Nestled in a charming neighborhood setting abundant green spaces will make you excited to call Halsey House your new home.

Built in 1801 by Col. Thomas Lloyd Halsey (1751-1838), a prosperous Providence shipping merchant and French consular agent in Rhode Island during the Revolutionary War. H.P. Lovecraft used the Halsey House as the basis for the home of the title character in his short novel "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward."

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Halsey House

140 Prospect Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02906

401-406-7246