If you were driving past this Providence home you probably wouldn't even look twice, but the jaw-dropping views it boasts from the backyard are definitely something to behold.

What appears as a brick-columned one-story house when you see it from Congdon Street in Providence is actually a multi-storied, glass-walled stunner of a home that is on the market for $3.125 million.

If that price tag seems hard to believe from the photo above, just wait until you scroll through the entire house below.

Built back in 1974, the three-bedroom, five-bathroom house utilizes its perch atop College Hill to capture some of the best cityscape views in Providence. Plus it packs its 3,303 square feet of living space with five fireplaces, a chef's kitchen and an indoor waterfall.

The house was a huge departure from the architectural norms of the neighborhood when it was built for Dr. William Mauran in the '70s and it's the only Brutalist-style home in the city.

It's definitely unique both inside and out. It's a house that has to be seen to be believed and you can scroll through it all here.

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