Welcome to the Isaac Peace Rodman House... one of the very few grand "estate" properties left in South County located less than 2 miles from downtown Wakefield! This iconic stone Italianate house was constructed in 1855 out of solid cut granite for Rodman, a Civil War brigadier general, Rhode Island state senator, and president of the PeaceDale Manufacturing Co. The home features a large and tastefully appointed kitchen with Thermador cooktop, granite counters, double farm sinks, glass fronted cabinets, and a full butler's pantry. 11 foot ceilings throughout the entire first floor add a feeling of space & airiness to all the rooms including the formal dining room, living room w/ fireplace, family room w/fireplace, office, foyer and half bath. An elegant curved staircase leads to the second floor that includes a front-to-back master suite w/dressing room and bath, plus 2 more generous bedrooms and another full bath. A large walk in storage room with built in custom cabinets & drawers connects to the rear staircase and a 2 level in-law apt., plus access to the third floor "attic" bedrms (3) and full bath. And a tiny winding staircase then leads to a dramatic cupola at the very top.
The 4.37 acres of grounds feature a generous stone patio, sweeping lawns, heritage trees, and stone walls. There is also a potting shed, barn/garage with attached studio space and an in-ground salt water pool ready to be restored to its former glory.