The Isaac and Lydia Reed Spooner Jr. is a grand late 19th century gambrel Victorian sitting proudly among a row of other late Victorian homes that line both sides of Bull Street. Bull Street is a one way street that leads up to Kay Street and Bellevue Ave. and also a short distance from Newport's Restaurant Row. Built as a single family, 7 Bull is currently configured as a 3 family but could be converted back to a single or two family. The brick driveway accommodates parking for one car. The rear garden is spacious for downtown living and fully enclosed for those who might have a pet. An inviting teak front porch offers the perfect vantage point to catch up with neighbors as front porches were designed for. The newer roof, replacement windows, three heating and three electrical systems make this property very efficient. The first floor apartment consists of three bedrooms, (one on the first floor) two baths, a formal dining room, a home office and a living room centered around a marble fireplace surround and a wood stove insert. At the rear, behind the kitchen is a versatile garden room/potting shed/workshop awaits creative repurposing, boasting the potential for an inside-outside space with the addition of sliders or French Doors. The second-floor two bedroom one bathroom apartment with laundry has newly installed laminate floors. The third-floor unit, nestled under the eaves, comprises a cozy one-bedroom, one-bath space with laundry facilities in the basement.
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