Uncategorized April 25, 2023

What You Can Buy in Rhode Island for About A Million Dollars

What You Can Buy in Rhode Island for About a Million Dollars

It is the best of times and the most complex time to buy real estate. Now, there are near-record low inventory and near high record high prices that make buying a new home challenging.

Add in higher interest rates, and nearly every property has multiple offers.

The folkes at Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International have three tremendous homes priced at about $1 million.

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92 Keene Street | Providence | $1,200,000

Listed by The Blackstone Team

Located in Providence’s prestigious College Hill neighborhood, 92 Keene Street offers modern amenities set amidst turn-of-the-century charm. This impressive display of Queen Anne-style architecture has been impeccably maintained while adding tasteful modern touches. The oversized front door welcomes you into the double parlor sitting area and recently restored grand staircase. Beautiful parquet floors, Herman Miller lighting, and finely detailed ceilings seamlessly unite classic and modern styles. The interior is freshly painted throughout, and fifteen windows have been carefully refurbished, retaining the authentic character of the home while offering abundant natural light. Four fireplaces add ambiance to the spacious living areas, and the kitchen and mudroom have been thoroughly renovated. There are four bedrooms – two on the second floor and two on the third floor – and three and a half bathrooms. The primary suite includes a sitting area, a generous bathroom and closet, and laundry. Included with an expansive backyard is a one-car garage, and an additional parking spot accessed by Clark Lane. To name a few of the home’s updates, a new sprinkler system and main water line installed in 2022, and brand-new heating and cooling systems. Enjoy the ease of living in an impeccably updated home with Victorian-era charm and an excellent location.




62 North Pointe Lane, #62 | South Kingstown | $1,375,000

Listed by Kathy Kourakis

Absolutely stunning, gorgeous and sweeping views of the ocean, East Matunuck Beach, Potter Pond and beyond from this three-year young condo at the private and gated community of The Pointe At East Matunuck! The condos were built with the highest grade construction with attention to privacy and view lines being utmost. The cathedral ceilings throughout seem to expand the abundance of natural light streaming in, especially to the open and spacious Great Room and granite kitchen. The engineered wood floors are durable as is the maintenance-free exterior, including 512 square feet of Trex decking and an outdoor shower. There is the bonus of a 312 square-foot garage that opens to the lower level walk-out offering you the versatility of use. This is a very special place that feels tranquil, peaceful and “one with nature”. You will enjoy bird watching, warm and comforting sunrises sparkling on the water, dramatic and colorful sunsets or the luxury of a short walk to the beach.




65 Mullin Hill Road | Little Compton | $899,000

Listed by Liz Kinnane

This classic cape-cod style home surrounded by stone walls and mature plantings is located in bucolic Little Compton. The three bedrooms and two bathroom home appears to be a true antique, but is only 17 years young and has all of the amenities and comforts for modern living. The first floor has an open kitchen- dining area, a living room with brick fireplace, a sunroom, office, a full bath with laundry and one bedroom. Upstairs there are two additional bedrooms and one full bath. The basement is full, dry and unfinished-utilized for mechanicals and storage and easily accessed from inside the house and by bulkhead. There is also a second washer/dryer in the basement. Outside there is a private patio, an outdoor shower and a detached oversized one stall garage/barn. The home has been lovingly cared for and is in pristine condition. The property is near local beaches, the village of Adamsville, Little Compton Commons, Westport Harbor-Acoaxet, recreation facilities, conservation land and falls within all club membership boundaries.