Stately 1810 Federalist center-village property accurately restored is steeped in local history. Architect Russel Warren built the home for himself when awarded the contract to create nearby Linden Place Mansion. Signature features include pillared wrap-around porch, “free standing” staircase, six working fireplaces, original latch hardware and architectural detail. Spacious rooms boast nine-foot ceilings, spectacular wall murals, wide-cut fir floors, extensive trim and six-over-six windows, most with indoor shutters. Beautifully preserved plus custom cabinetry throughout, modern updates include new roof and rear cedar shingles, half-round copper gutters, Walpole Woodworkers privacy fence surrounding professionally designed gardens; forced hot-water heat, 200 amp service and newer appliances with gas oven. Rear blue stone patio, off street parking for two cars and seasonal views of the bay; all just steps to Bristol’s shops, restaurants, parks and waterfront. From Rhode Island's most famous architect, a work of art.