Very nice 2 bed 1 bath condo in desirable Smithfield Court in North Providence, great alternative to a single family, this unit offers hardwoods throughout, upscale kitchen W/ granite, Stainless Steel appliances, copper sink. 2nd floor master bedroom which overlooks the family room w/plenty of closet space, Custom marble-tile bath w/glass wall & door, Private back patio W/ access off of the family room. Enjoy the combination Tennis & Basketball court and the private landscaped grounds, conveniently located to shopping, restaurants and interstate access. 2 assigned parking spots, water and sewer included in the HOA.
Listing courtesy of RIMLS / eXp Realty
Last updated Jan 24, 2023
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