What You Can Buy in Rhode Island Between $1M and $3M
The market is in the midst of change, and the folks at Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International are a great guide.
They have three remarkable homes between $1 million and $3 million.
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The secret gardens of the Althea Cottage beckon you to a bygone era. This quintessential Victorian summer cottage is located in the heart of Narragansett Pier just mere steps from the Atlantic Ocean, Narragansett Town Beach, “sea wall,” and The Towers. Shopping, restaurants & Nana’s famous ice cream parlor & candy store are just a stone’s throw away. Built in 1874 this stylish & graceful home offers large gathering spaces with a chic yet casual flair. Exquisite details and design for both beauty & function enhance the flow of family living. Meticulously updated in 2012, this home offers 5 bedrooms with over 4300 square feet of living space. An entertainer’s dream kitchen, full pantry, spacious family room & dining room, home office and so much more. This unique property offers a storybook worthy play space and sleeping quarters to thrill even the most creative of imaginations. The whimsical outdoors is a gardener’s dream complete with potting shed, cutting & vegetable gardens and playhouse. The oversized garage offers rec room/ bunk room space above for sleeping or playing. This extraordinary opportunity awaits you. Welcome to life in the Pier!
Majestic and gated country estate elevated on five+ acres overlooking nature and the Scituate Reservoir. Experience astonishing sunsets and a natural glow from nearly every room in the home, through the walls of windows and glass doors facing west. A rear deck spans the entire length of the home with access from the ultra-swanky, sunken living room and equally impressive family room and primary suite. A true mid-century chalet style home that is a testimony to timeless architecture, design and quality construction that would be near impossible to duplicate. Dramatic living spaces give that wow factor while maintaining the sense of home. One level living an option with the primary suite located on one wing of the home. Three bedrooms in the upper level (one en-suite) and a secondary full bath have their own wing. Swim year round in the heated indoor pool housed in the walkout lower level with a sliding glass doors leading to a lower-level patio. An adjacent recreation room makes entertaining/pool parties a breeze. Two separate garages, both attached to the home offer parking for a minimum of six cars, potentially nine if tandem.
Located in the College Hill Historic District of the East Side of Providence, 38 Keene Street is a special circa 1890 Stick-style Victorian home with a Chinoise flair and Shinto-like front door etchings. The home is 3 floors of living space (not including the cellar), encompassing 4900 sqft, 6 bedrooms, and 4.5 baths: grand in every respect with high ceilings and windows and doors to match. The millwork in the front vestibule is intricate. The wallpaper in the entry is William Morris and the hardwood floors are inlaid. Immediately to the right and left are parlors, both with pocket doors and fireplaces with craftsman mantels. Also on this floor are spacious a dining room, lavette, and kitchen with Viking range. An extravagantly detailed mahogany stairwell leads up to the second floor, which consists of a primary suite, plus three other bedrooms and a bath. Both bathrooms have been recently updated. The stair continues to the third floor, which is its own 2 bed 1 bath au pair, home-office, AirBnB income, or kid-home-from-college apartment. But perhaps the coolest room in the home is the turret—a 150 sqft 4th-floor room perfect for an art studio or writer’s retreat. All can be accessed via a back stairwell with a private side door. On the exterior, the shingle work is gorgeous. The home is completed by a back deck off the kitchen, a fenced yard, and two-car garage