It's considered "one of Providence’s most dramatic and well-preserved founding estates" and it's currently for sale.

This stunning eight bedroom home at 66 Williams Street allows you to own nearly an entire city block, not to mention a large piece of Providence history.

The Corliss-Carrington House was built between 1810-1812 and much of the original architecture and interior design still remains today. For those able to handle the $7.45 million asking price, it also means owning one of the last sizeable luxury estates in the city.

So what do you get for over $7 million?

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The Corliss-Carrington House is currently run as an event space and Airbnb rental.

The entire third floor of the property has been turned into suites that you can rent out by the night and the home's original carriage house is now an event space complete with kitchen and even fun, indoor swings.

Even if you didn't want to own the place for yourself, plenty of people have chosen to get married here for the rustic, historic vibes the former stables give off.

There is still plenty of space in the home to call your own however. With 12,669 square feet of living space, eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms you can definitely still find a private space while guests rent out some of the rooms.

Or convert the place back to a single family home and have the run of the three floors all to yourself.

With the working elevator, in home gym and spa, multiple large living rooms, two-story study and 13 fireplaces throughout, there is definitely a place for everyone in a home like this.

So what does the Corliss-Carrington House look like today? Keep scrolling to see for yourself.

Inside Huge Historic Providence Home With Indoor Swings

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