Featured December 13, 2022

Three Unique Properties You Can Buy in Rhode Island

Three Unique Properties You Can Buy in Rhode Island

Saturday, December 10, 2022 |  GoLocalProv and Mott & Chace Content Partnership | GoLocalProv.com

While inventory is low, the folks at Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International have three remarkable homes to offer.

From historic to a compound in northern Rhode Island complete with pool and stable.

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572 Elmwood Avenue | Providence | $1,249,000
Listed by Shirley Page & Stephen Antoni

Endless residential and commercial possibilities are available, and with your exterior updates, this property is a gem! Built-in 1945, the current owners have lovingly restored/updated much of the property’s original charm. The central hall foyer displays a beautiful grand staircase, only a fraction of the impressive elements gracing this home. There are formal living areas complimented by crown/dental moldings, 10″ ceilings on the first floor, seven fireplaces throughout the house and parquet/inlaid hardwood flooring in much of the first level. Large windows allow for lots of natural light throughout the many rooms. All but a few windows have been replaced in the property and there is a new heating system and hot water tanks not to mention central air conditioning on the first and third levels and ductless air/heat on the second level. An oversized, heated, and insulated, three-car garage with access from inside the building complements the recently paved parking lot, which is fenced in with plenty of off-street parking for the area. Easy access to I-95 and Route 10 and only a stone’s throw away from Roger Williams Park.


271 275 Mattity Road | North Smithfield | $1,095,000
Listed by The Blackstone Team

This private compound is comprised of two homes, one a larger family home and the other a smaller, single-level home that could be a rental, in-law dwelling, or farm caretaker. The property is also well-suited to be a Bed & Breakfast or Equestrian Center with an assortment of attractive amenities. Both houses are on separate lots but are being sold as a package (4.1 acres between the two). The larger home offers 4,750 square feet of living space, four bedrooms, and four full bathrooms. The main part of the home was built in 1791, but like all good farmhouses has been added onto many times over the years. The home is in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition with a large primary suite, open kitchen, media room, full bar, game room, plus grill room, complete with commercial grade grill and ventilation system. The home has two working fireplaces and a wood stove, central AC, and a two-car garage. The house sits on 2.7 picturesque and well-manicured acres, including an in-ground pool, dressing cabana, one-of-a-kind artist swing set/jungle gym, dog run, aviary, paddocks, and 8,000 sqft barn with 12-stall stable (auto-watering system) and adjoining workshop/garage for an additional six cars, four-wheelers, tractors and the like. The other home was built in 1962, is 1,220 square feet, and has two bedrooms and one bathroom, a fireplace, and a two-car garage on 1.4 acres.


4365 Post Road | Warwick | $875,000
Listed by The Monaco Group

Period Colonial combines the charm of the past with present-day amenities. Updates include siding, windows, heat, central air-conditioning, and sewers. The home offers eight fireplaces, beautiful grounds, incredible stone walls, a stream, two driveways, and a fabulous location. Has been used as a law office/family home. The property does have potential for a Bed and Breakfast.

Featured May 11, 2022

What You Can Buy in Rhode Island for $700,000

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Saturday, May 07, 2022 | GoLocalProv and Mott & Chace Content Partnership | GoLocalProv.com

This week the folks at Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International have homes from across the region that cost about $700,000.

From Exeter to Portsmouth and across the border to a historic Victorian in Fall River, Mott & Chace are offering a collection of diverse properties.

With inventory low and prices continuing to climb, finding out about the value of your home is critical. Get three prices for your home from sell.mottandchace.com



27 Lawrence Terrace | Portsmouth | $700,000
Listed by Shana Speer

Imagine sitting on your back deck sipping coffee and listening to the birds chirp in your alluring mature yard with cherry trees and rhododendrons. You have just found a beautiful home in Lawrence Farm, a lovely 4 Beds 2 & 1/2 Baths home in this charming neighborhood with private deeded beach access. The home has several updates: New Paint throughout the home with custom-designed colors (2020-2022), an Updated laundry area (2022), New Custom Downdraft Oven (2021), Updated Outdoor Fixtures and Electrical (2021), New Windows (2019), New Roof (2018).

31 Reuben Brown Lane | Exeter | $715,000
Listed by Shirley Page

Welcome to 31 Reuben Brown Lane! This home is privately set on 4 acres of property and has a 4 bedroom septic system. The impressive floor-to-ceiling front entry is flooded in natural light and has been newly carpeted. The first floor offers an updated 1/2 bath and laundry room, an updated kitchen with granite countertops as well as an island and stainless appliances, it open seamlessly to the family room (the floor plan has flex). The dining area and living room present two sets of French doors to the rear yard,a granite fireplace and a pellet stove, beautiful laminate floors span the first floor of this spacious home. A Tuscan-influenced archway opens to a large office or a first-floor bedroom area. The second-floor bedrooms have gleaming hardwood floors and both secondary bedrooms are very large. The second-floor bath is updated with granite and new lighting and the huge master also updated offers a spacious master bath! The yard is level and open with lots of potential for decks/patios and more. A two-car attached garage completes this Colonial home.

240 Highland Avenue | Fall River MA | $700,000
Listed by Cheryl Andreozzi and Lindsey Duckworth

Theodore W Borden House 1872- A Second Empire Victorian with a detached carriage house is listed on the National Register has charming historical details and modern improvements. This is a great opportunity for an investor or buyer looking to own and occupy an investment-income property. This home was built to last by the owners of the Cook Borden Lumber Co. Built as a single-family home, it is currently divided into four units-The owners’ quarters on the first and half of the second floor has three bedrooms, two full baths, parlor, library, dining room and kitchen. The other three units each have one bedroom, one full bath, and living area with a private entrance. Consistent rental history with on-site parking. Easy highway access to Boston one hour away and Providence 20 minutes away make this the ideal location.