Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce the sale of 110 Boon Street for $750,000. The seller was represented by Michelle Datoli, who also facilitated the sale on behalf of the buyers. Located in the heart of the Pier in Narragansett’s local Historic District, the home is just a short stroll to the Narragansett Town Beach and all the Pier attractions.
The buyer, Boon Street Holdings, LLC, has partnered with a local builder Davitt Design Build for a complete renovation of the historic Narragansett Pier property. To begin immediately, the renovation will be documented in a docuseries. Further information regarding the production company and viewing schedule has yet to be announced.
David Whitney, General Manager of Davitt Design Build, states “We are thrilled for the opportunity to restore this gorgeous property back to its beautiful timeless condition.”
The old charm can be seen in high ceilings, original hardwood floors, grand foyer, and formal parlor. Circa 1887, the home features three bedrooms with ensuite baths and an additional three bedrooms and one full bathroom.
Owned by the Cottle family since 1964 and previously operated as the “Seafield Bed & Breakfast”, the home is privately set on a large one-third acre lot. “People always say if walls could talk…” says the seller, Pamela Cottle. “I think the walls at 110 Boon Street would say that they were filled with love and family. All 10 of us would tell a tale of a different story of fun and laughter. It is with the passing of ownership that we wish the same glory of our home to Boon Street Holdings, and we know that they will restore it to be a showplace for the next family to love.”
“It was an honor to represent the Cottle family in the sale of this amazing property. We found the perfect buyers and it will be a significant and exciting project. Boon Street is experiencing a revitalization including two proposed boutique hotels as well as the train station and the old Presbyterian Church renovations. 110 Boon Street will be a perfect addition.” says Michelle Datoli.