Featured March 23, 2022

What You Can Buy in RI for $500,000 – Three New Listings

What You Can Buy in RI for $500,000 – Three New Listings

The folks at Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International have three new spring listings at about $500,000. Each of the properties is in an outstanding community.

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63 Hope Hill Terrace | Cranston | $499,000
Listed by The Blackstone Team

Welcome to 63 Hope Hill Terrace located in the desirable Hillside Farms. This 3/4-bedroom, 2 bath home features an open concept kitchen, formal dining room, oversized sitting area with an abundance of natural light, primary bedroom with en-suite bath, granite countertops, and stainless-steel appliances. The lower level gives you another large sitting area and ample storage.

Step onto the back deck which leads to a private backyard with a fire pit featuring lush landscaping. Close proximity to highways, schools & dining.


64 Coomer Avenue | Warren | $499,000
Listed by Phyllis Ibbotson

A diamond in the rough. This home has so much potential! Located on a double-sized corner lot with large yard ready for pool, gardens, or leave just as is, for a peaceful park-like setting. Beautiful oak hardwood flooring throughout the home, arched doorways, and a vintage Frigidaire Flair range as seen in the 1960’s television show Bewitched.

Covered patio in the backyard and sunny front porch to enjoy your morning beverage. The lower level has additional finished square footage along with an additional kitchen, full bath, and laundry room.


1825 Wampanoag Trail | Barrington | $495,000
Listed by Allison Dessel

Built in 1782, the Peleg Heath House is a jewel of Barrington history. Heath was the son of the town’s minister, and he was a Major in the Revolutionary War. Sited on 1.26 acres, this 3 bedroom property has been lovingly cared for by the same family for the last 60 years. It is rich with character and unique features, including fireplaced bedrooms, exposed beams in the dining and living rooms, and beautiful stone walls at the perimeter. The property also boasts more modern improvements/conveniences too, including a spacious 2 car garage, as well as an addition that doubled the size of the living room and added another bedroom and half bath upstairs. This is a rare opportunity for any buyer who appreciates craftsmanship and history but also loves updating and enhancing properties and making it their own.

The property is walking/biking distance to Primrose Hill Elementary School, as well as Barrington’s award-winning Middle and High Schools. Easy commute to Providence, bypassing town traffic. Boston is a mere hour by train.

This unique property is being sold “as is”.