Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce the sale of 101 Prospect Street for $2,300,000. The seller was represented by Allison Oster Dessel, Sales Associate of Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty. Rebecca Mayer of Residential Properties, Ltd. Represented the buyer.
The sale of 101 Prospect Street is the highest single-family sale in Providence this year, according to data available from Rhode Island Multiple Listing Service. Agents of Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty have represented clients in two of the top four sales in Providence year to date.
The Henry A. Dike house, c. 1854, is a revival of the historic Italianate style. Featuring period architectural details, this home offers nine bedrooms and four and two half bathrooms. Located in the College Hill neighborhood of the East Side of Providence, the double lot boasts a cultivated garden designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
According to a 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture from The Providence Preservation Society, 101 Prospect Street “presents a highly animated surface, with elaborately detailed windows in a variety of configurations, shifting wall plans, and a large octagonal cupola on top.”
“The streets of College Hill are rich with architecture and history,” says Allison Oster Dessel. “It has been an honor to represent a special home in this storied neighborhood.”