The historic 1795 William T. Lindsey House is in the heart of Bristol's energetic and spirited downtown. Located between Hope and Thames Streets, it is just steps from the Bristol Harbor, Independence Park, the Library, the Post Office, Linden Place, the Art Museum, the East Bay Bike Path, marina, amazing restaurants, and cute shops. This flexible mixed-use property currently has a dentist office on the first floor and a residential apartment on the second, offering many possibilities for a future buyer. Keep as a mixed use building for income? Or have your own business or studio on the first and live on the second? Or possibly even return its use to a single family? There is a full basement as well as an attic accessible by a pull-down ladder. Off street parking is located behind the building, and there is also a rear yard area which abuts the Rogers Free Library. Fireplaces are not in working order although there are some remaining mantels in place, as well as a flue for the two oil boilers. Roof is 10 years old, double layer. Completely separate utilities of heat, electric, and water. Oil heat, boilers are 15-20 years old. See video and floor plans. Located within Bristol's Historic Zoning District. Building needs some updating and being sold "as is". There are tenants occupying this property so please do not walk on the grounds without an appointment.