Neighbors challenge 10-lot subdivision of estate property on Providence’s East Side

THE BILOTTI GROUP and Nicholson 2018 LLC, owner of the Beresford-Nicholson Estate on Blackstone Boulevard in Providence, which includes a greenhouse and gardener's house in addition to the main house, above, have proposed to raze the structures and convert the property to 10 house lots. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD
THE BILOTTI GROUP and Nicholson 2018 LLC, owner of the Beresford-Nicholson Estate on Blackstone Boulevard in Providence, which includes a greenhouse and gardener's house in addition to the main house, above, have proposed to raze the structures and convert the property to 10 house lots. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD
PROVIDENCE – One of the last great estates on the East Side of Providence could be subdivided into 10 house lots that critics say are better suited to a suburb such as East Greenwich. The property owner and development company, represented by attorneys, argue the historical structures, including a 1909 house and a carriage house,…

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