What You Can Get for $600,000 – Three New Listings
Saturday, November 20, 2021 | GoLocalProv and Mott & Chace Content Partnership | GoLocalProv.com
Take a look at some of the new properties now on the market for under $600,000.
The folks at Mott & Chace Sothebys International have three properties from across the state.
And, if you want to know what your home is worth take a look HERE.
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Wakefield in-town location! Totally renovated c1880 Colonial with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, and a detached two-car garage. Charming period details offer a connection to its Victorian past. The house is nicely set back from the road on a beautiful half acre, full of specimen plantings and room for a garden. Walking distance to shopping, restaurants, recreation, and just steps to the YMCA and Broad Rock Middle School.
54 Birchwood Drive | Narragansett | $595,000
Listed by Kathy Kourakis
This warm and comfortable cape in the desirable and established neighborhood of Edgewater is in immaculate condition and well maintained with hardwood floors throughout, 2 tiled baths, 1st-floor primary bedroom, 2 oversized 2nd-floor bedrooms, a comfy family room with gas fireplace, and the “crowning glory” 240 square foot 3 season room with cathedral ceilings and walls of windows! You will also enjoy central air, updated kitchen, newer windows, town water and sewer, natural gas for heat, cooking and generator. The oversized private lot showcases gorgeous hydrangeas and plantings and offers plenty of space for outdoor activities; it is 2 blocks to the Narrow River and beach where you can enjoy swimming, kayaking, and just a short drive to the famous Narragansett Town Beach.
29 Quaker Avenue | Tiverton | $699,000
Listed by Phyllis Ibbotson
A unique opportunity to own a two-family in the Stone Bridge neighborhood of Tiverton. This newly renovated two family with wrap around porch and deck is located on a large landscaped lot overlooking the Sakonnet River. It is a short walk down to the water and the East Bay Bike path. Walk to Tiverton Yacht Club, the town boat ramp, and Grinnell’s Beach. Highland Woods and Fort Barton woods are nearby for hiking. This two-family home is within walking distance to several restaurants and two coffee shops. The first-floor unit has a wood-burning fireplace, otherwise, the two units are almost identical. Generate rental income on the two units, live in one and rent the other, or use both units for extended family living. A great location with minimal traffic.