What You Can Buy in RI Between $1M and $3M
The folks at Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International have a range of properties that are quintessentially Rhode Island.
This week’s homes include an estate in Warwick, coastal living in Narragansett, and the most brilliant College Hill Brutalist home.
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Listed by Amy I. Doorley-Lucas
One of the Crown Jewels of Warwick Neck! Sited on 1.17 acres of park-like grounds, located across from the Aldrich Mansion and Narragansett Bay. This stately architectural beauty has been enhanced with thoughtful additions and modern renovations that combine the best of old and new world design and amenities. Impressive foyer hall centers the home and leads through original, formal living rooms, adorned with period mouldings, ten-foot ceilings and four fireplaces. The sun-filled family room features a wall of windows and a fireplace with built-in shelving on either side. Enjoy entertaining in the extended kitchen with double Sub Zero refrigerators, a center island with stone countertops, a window seat and beautiful garden views. A private home office on the main floor has great natural light and custom shelving to stay organized. There are four bedrooms (two ensuite with hallway access) on the second floor. Three additional bedrooms on the top floor, ideal family/guest/studio space with a full bath and second laundry room. Indoor and outdoor living transitions seamlessly with a screened porch, leading to the outdoor deck with easy access. There is flexible recreation space in the lower level and also a three car garage. A community rich in history and recreation options: Walk/ride your bike to nearby golf (Warwick Country Club, Harbour Lights), Tennis/Pickle Ball, Marinas, Rocky Point State Park/Beach, and local Farms. All conveniences (Restaurants, TF Green Airport/Commuter Station and Rte, 95) within 1-5 mi.
Listed by The Mackinney Gold Group
Perfectly perched overlooking the city, Garden House is a singular architectural masterpiece in harmony with the urban landscape. This home, sited in College Hill on the East Side of Providence, exemplifies the Brutalist style characterized by exposed brick, angular geometric shapes and a predominantly minimalist color palette. Steel, timber and glass combine here in the epitome of this architectural form, which emerged during the 1950s in the United Kingdom and gained favor worldwide over the following two decades. Built in 1974, Garden House broke tradition with the standard Colonial fare on College Hill, while giving an artful nod to its famous neighbors down the hill, Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University. The home boasts floor-to-ceiling glass with panoramic views to the west, affording breathtaking sunsets to close out each day, and some of the very best cityscape views, day or night. With three bedrooms, five bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, multiple fireplaces, an indoor waterfall, in-ground swimming pool, central air conditioning and an attached two-car garage, your urban sanctuary awaits.
Listed by Kelly Schneider
In the heart of Point Judith, this classic cape has been lovingly owned by the same family for over 20 years. Boasting three bedrooms and four full bathrooms, this thoughtfully laid-out home is perfect for primary or summer use. The main floor has gleaming hardwoods and large primary ensuite with a tray ceiling and walk-in closet. Cathedral ceilings and gracious windows allow for ample light-filled days. An open-concept kitchen and family room with a stately gas fireplace flows for easy entertaining while the dining room with detailed molding affords setting for the holiday meals. Laundry and a secondary guest ensuite complete the main floor. Upstairs you will find a big versatile space perfect for an office, play area or den. A large bedroom with a bathroom is great for additional friends and guests. A partially finished basement is ideal for recreational play, to watch movies or use as a gym. The full bathroom is perfect to hose off after a day at the beach. The deck off of the kitchen overlooks protected private conservation land which offers an opportunity for relaxation and entertaining. Located within the private Schooner Cove Homeowners Association, this lovely home is minutes to Scarborough, Sand Hill Cove, Narragansett Town beaches as well as Galilee, Block Island Ferry and renowned local restaurants. Low taxes and easy access to Route 1 for all points north and south.