The beautifully maintained Waterman-Winsor House in RI’s “Apple Country” consists of two 18th century houses joined together with 8 working fireplaces and 2 working beehives! Historic details include wide pine floors, beveled gunstock posts & beams, hardware, doors, and 12-over-12 windows (with storms). Meticulously restored for 45 years by the owners under the guidance of RI’s foremost restoration architects, there are 10 rooms and a 20th century sunroom w/radiant floor heating. There is underground electricity and natural gas (for cooking stove) from the street, both city and well water, and city sewer. The full height basement has 2 hot water heaters and 9-year-old oil boiler w/8 zones for baseboard heat throughout the house. The barns and former cider mill (partially heated) provide garage spaces, general storage, boat storage, and room on two levels for artists’ studios/workshops. There’s also a winter pond for skating and large sugar maple trees for tapping your own syrup.
Updated on April 26, 2022 at 4:17 pm