A landmark in Tiverton Four Corners hit the market.

Kristin Parella, Sales Associate and George Tollefson, Sales Associate, at Lila Delman Real Estate International’s Newport office has confirmed with What’sUpNewp that they have just listed THE PROVENDER BUILDING, a historically significant and much-loved icon of Tiverton Four Corners.

“For over 35 years, Provender Fine Foods has been a beacon to those who crave gourmet sandwiches and sumptuous baked goods in one of the most heavenly pockets of Southern Rhode Island- South Tiverton, said Parella. “This building was also home to the prominent and highly revered Virginia Lynch Gallery, on the second and third floors, representing and exhibiting works of artists such as Gretchen Dow Simpson, Howard Ben Tre, and Edward Koren, to name a few.”

The 4,518 square foot iconic building was meticulously restored in 2007 and offers three levels for mixed-use commercial endeavors. The first floor retail has a full kitchen, refrigeration and full basement for storage. The second and third floors offer five light-filled rooms ideal for an art gallery or office. There is also the potential for multifamily, mixed-use, subject to a special use permit.

Lila Delman Real Estate International recently sold the iconic Essex Library in Tiverton for $395,000. The c.1938 granite and stone property, sited on over 2 acres, was offered for sale by the town of Tiverton and sold at full asking price. George Tollefson, Sales Associate and Paul Tobak, Broker Associate of Lila Delman Real Estate International’s Newport office represented the Town of Tiverton and facilitated for the buyers in the transaction.

The Provender Building is listed at $1,200,000. For further information, or to request a showing, contact Kristin Parella at kristin.parella@liladelman.com or 401-450-9026. George Tollefson at George.Tollefson@LilaDelman.com or 401-339-1371.

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