A house on a 2-acre parcel in Charlestown’s Quonochontaug section was sold last week for $1.6 million.
The house, at 114 Midland Rd., Charlestown, had been listed by Ray Mott, broker/co-owner and associate Susan Mitchell, both of Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty. The buyers were represented by John Fusaro of Coldwell Banker Coastal Homes.
This home is on prime real estate in Quonochontaug, the agency said in a July 31 announcement. The Quonnie East Beach Association’s ocean beach is just a short walk away from the house, while the “estate-like grounds are well manicured, with lovely flower gardens, and an expansive brick patio that leads to the in-ground pool.”
Two Barrington sales top $1M
A house at 63 Chapin Rd. in Barrington was sold on July 27 for $1.2 million.
The sellers, Thomas V. Moses and Patricia M. Byrnes, were represented by Carolyn Nolan of Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty. The buyers, David G. Labreche and Sharon B. Labreche, were represented by Stephanie Soscia of Premier Homes Realty.
The home is near the Barrington River and Barrington’s village center.
Another Barrington home, at 18 Fairway Drive, was sold on July 24 for $1.05 million, according to Residential Properties Ltd.
RPL’s Joyce Hughes was the listing agent, and Kira Greene, another RPL sales associate, represented the buyers. Deed records list the sellers as David and Erin Robertson of Tierra Verde, Florida, and the buyers as Frederick and Bonnee Majzun.
The house has five bedrooms, four full bathrooms and a half bathroom, and the grounds include a stone terrace and an inground pool.
Newport cape sells for $1.185M
A Royal Barry Wills Cape at 50 Catherine St. in Newport was sold on July 20 for $1.185 million, which was the asking price, according to Lila Delman Real Estate.
Delman broker associate Annie Becker represented the buyer. The house was listed by Anna Anton from William Raveis Chapman Stone.
This 2,685-square-foot Royal Barry Wills Cape has three bedrooms, two and a half baths, a four-season room, an attached one-bay garage and four onsite parking spaces. Highlights include a beautiful curved staircase, a first-floor master suite, a sunroom with a copper-topped wet bar and a large bluestone patio with a remote controlled retractable patio awning.
Warren’s Point home sold
A house in the Warren’s Point section of Little Compton, was sold on July 31 for $1.015 million, according to Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty.
Both the sellers and buyers sides of the sale of 67 Warren’s Point Rd. were handled by Mott & Chace associate Ted Marvell, a Little Compton native.
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