Historic Providence County Savings Bank Hits the Market for Unique Multi-Family Living
A unique building has hit the market just north of Providence that will leave the future buyer feeling like a bag of money.
Originally built in 1901 for Providence County Savings Bank, the historic building has some serious curb appeal on Main Street in Pawtucket.
Recently featured on Zillow Gone Wild, this neoclassical building features one-of-a-kind elements and intricate details. It even has its own elevator.
Not to mention an entire basement for the original money vault. Add the sprawling terrace on the roof and you have an eye-catching place waiting to be transformed into a liveable space.
The neoclassical building takes up 13,000 square feet across four floors and boasts elegant marble detailing, storefront display windows and sprawling ceiling heights.
Lila Delman Compass has listed the former bank on Zillow as a multi-family apartment, equipped with eight bedrooms, four full bathrooms, marble flooring and just over 10,000 square feet of livable space.
While the building has been meticulously maintained over the years, the interior will need some work to make it homey for its future tenants.
It will take some love and attention, but there is certainly a lot of potential at 216 Main St.
Ready to take a look inside? Keep scrolling to cash in on this historic, abandoned bank.