House Lust: Five Character-Filled Condos in Rhode Island
These drop-dead gorgeous condominiums have us itching to ditch the single-family life forever.
There are a lot of pros and cons to condo living — pro: more affordable; con: harder to sell — but these listings are all pro with hefty doses of character and great amenities.
Gotta love the original mill flooring, the loft and the amenities — think: onsite gym, game room, library and rooftop deck. Two beds, one bath; 1,646 square feet. More info here.
It’s plain to see why this ornate condo overlooking Brenton Point in Newport calls for seven figures. Crown molding, walnut walls and period-appropriate fixtures adorn the historic Bonniecrest Manor House, which is also home to a pool, two terraces and a tennis court. Two beds, two baths; 2,313 square feet. More info here.
The views from this Exchange Street condo are almost unfair: See the Superman Building from one window and the smokestacks from another. Two beds, two baths; 1,383 square feet. More info here.
Built-ins, a gas stove, a trendy tin backsplash in the kitchen and glossy pine floors might be otherwise out of reach on the West Side, but this condo brings together these sought-after details into one cozy spot. Three beds, one bath; 1,415 square feet. More info here.
Located in Watch Hill, this condo is all about the saltwater views. From the kitchen, the open-concept living room, the covered porch, the open porch: You name it, there’s a view of Watch Hill Harbor. Two beds, two-and-a-half baths; 2,014 square feet. More info here.