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Three Luxury Properties For Sale in Warwick, What You Can Buy for $1.5M to $6M

Three Luxury Properties For Sale in Warwick, What You Can Buy for $1.5M to $6M

Saturday, October 30, 2021 |  GoLocal Prov and Mott & Chace Content Partnership | GoLocalProv.com

The team at Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International has three extraordinary properties on the market in Warwick — from a waterfront estate to a farm with a historic legacy.

The prices for these tremendous homes range from $1.5 million to $6 million. Take a tour of some of Rhode Island’s grandest properties.



28 Narragansett Bay Avenue | Warwick | $2,795,000

Listed by Amy I. Doorley-Lucas

Experience the unique setting of the one and only “Baywynds”, an architectural beauty, nestled on 1.78 park-like acres on Narragansett Bay. The epitome of elegant coastal living that preserves the feel of yesteryear with every modern amenity. A complete architect renovation was done with designer details, custom millwork and high-end finishes throughout. The main level exceeds every expectation for entertaining whether it be intimate or grand scale. The well-appointed kitchen features a large center island, a gas fireplace, a built-in breakfast banquette and a gathering area. Generously proportioned living/dining rooms exude character, and each has gas fireplaces. Soak up the sunlight and stunning views in the breathtaking enclosed screened porch with vaulted ceilings, the East facing farmers porch or the sun parlor that feels like a jewel box. A mudroom with a wet bar multi-tasks for entertaining/gardening, a laundry room and two lavettes complete the main level. There are six total bedrooms and three and half baths on the second and third floors, including a luxurious primary suite with sitting room/den and enclosed balconies. The Carriage/Guest House features a three-bay garage, a main level sitting room, two bedrooms, living space, a kitchenette and bath – versatile home office/studio. Private access to beach, mooring, playhouse and garden shed. A golf cart ride/walk to Warwick Country Club or the neighborhood farm. Minutes to marinas, restaurants/shopping, TF Green & train.


291 Spencer Avenue | Warwick | $1,495,000

Listed by Amy I. Doorley-Lucas

Signature Cowesett residence on sought after Spencer Avenue, available for the first time in over fifty years. This stately center hall colonial with three levels of living space has been lovingly renovated and maintained while preserving the elegant and gracious period details. The welcoming entry foyer leads to spacious living and dining rooms for entertaining with many built-ins, two working fireplaces on the first floor, including one in the beautiful sunroom that overlooks the gardens. Special architectural details like Dutch-style doors, glass cabinets in the pantry/wet bar and a quaint breakfast nook on the main level are just a sampling of the charm throughout. The second-floor landing is a perfect place to pause and relax in the sitting room. A primary ensuite bedroom has a working fireplace and is complete with a versatile sitting/dressing room. Four additional bedrooms and two baths with plenty of light and storage complete the second and top level. Elevated on a private double lot with potential to subdivide, create a family compound or enjoy complete privacy hosting garden parties & family recreation. A+ Walkability Score to all of the shops and dining on Main Street, East Greenwich and several Marinas. Minutes to all conveniences, the interstate, TF Green Airport, and commuter train.


1128 Ives Road | Warwick | $5,950,000
Listed by Judy Chace and Amy I. Doorley-Lucas

This unique dwelling, home of the late US Senator John Chafee, sits on high ground with sweeping views of acre upon acre of conserved rolling meadows, salt marsh and bending river rich with songbirds, waterfowl and field animal life. In that the house is set atop a slope, one enters an upper-floor front hall, steps onto a balcony, looks over a double-height living room and beholds, through an immense Palladian window, field and stream beyond. The two-story window soaks the morning sun into the big room and onto the breakfast balcony. South windows pull in light on winter days and below the balcony nestles a more intimate space for cocktails by the fire on winter nights. A private study provides an inner fireplace for those who enjoy a book or television seated by a blaze. To the south extends a brick terrace beneath a thick grape arbor for cool al fresco luncheons on hot summer days and front row seating for the wild chorus of birdsong at sunset. Rain or shine, one might also enjoy a morning coffee or an evening drink while scanning the meadows and river from an exterior covered balcony above. And thrice a season a local farmer can be seen aboard his tractor as he mows the hay in the surrounding fields. The farm is a children’s paradise. A gambrel-roofed barn topped by a charming cupola contains an ample hayloft for forts or ping-pong and four horse stalls below for the ponies of young riders. The grounds have also been home to geese, chickens, and happy dogs.