Set on beautiful Rumstick Point along the banks of the Narragansett Bay, this waterfront home was completely renovated with special attention to detail and design, featuring an open concept to enjoy the panoramic ocean setting.
The interior of the home features hardwood floors, showcasing a large living room with a two-sided fireplace and an adjoining formal dining area.
Providing an ideal layout for entertaining, the living room opens to a western-facing sunroom with walkout access to a sprawling brick terrace for enjoying al fresco dining and spectacular sunsets.
The skylit cook’s kitchen is complete with granite counters, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and a center island with prep sink, while a casual dining area offers walkout access to the terrace.
Completing the main level is a first floor suite with a private full bath and an oversized bay window looking out to the water.
Upstairs, the second floor is highlighted by a fabulous master retreat containing an expansive walk-in closet and an en suite bath, while also stepping out to a raised deck with breathtaking views of the bay.
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Originally constructed circa 1817, this five bedroom carriage house was rebuilt in 1950, before undergoing a complete renovation in the year 2000 which included the addition of a three car garage, master suite, gourmet kitchen, and upgraded heating and electrical systems.
The entry hall leads charming family room with built-in bookshelves, as well as a fabulous great room stepping out to a covered brick portico, while also connecting to a formal dining room with its own butler’s pantry for hosting dinner events.
The spacious gourmet kitchen features granite counters, custom cabinets, a large center island, and a casual breakfast area flooded with natural light from a wall of windows.
Completing the main level is a first floor guest suite with its own full bath. The front staircase leads to three more sizeable bedrooms, while a second staircase off the mudroom supplies access to a secluded master retreat showcasing a beamed ceiling, a private sitting area, and an en suite bath containing a frameless glass shower and large walk-in closet with laundry.
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Residential Properties Ltd. Sales Associate, Mary Ann Lisi recently represented both the buyer and seller in the sale of one of the state’s most unique properties. Emdalar, also known as “The Castle,” was originally constructed in 1883 for Jeremiah Potter Robinson, Jr. and sold for the price of $832,000.
Designed by the famous architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White, the 7,000 square foot shingled and granite mansion sits on 6.34 lush acres located on the edge of historic Wakefield Village.
Containing a total of nine bedrooms and 5.5 baths, the home delivers original architectural features throughout, including oak wainscoting, custom built-ins, high ceilings with exposed beams, and 11 fireplaces, highlighted by an oversized grand stone fireplace in the living hall.
The exterior is in excellent condition, showcasing repointed Westerly granite stonework, recently redone shingles, a new roof, and several large chimneys. Accentuating the castle-like design is a south side terrace and a stone tower with a witch’s cap roof.
The equally impressive grounds offer an organic blueberry grove, as well as an array of plant life and vegetation, including a Copper Beech tree and a sprawling European Weeping Beech tree.
The buyers will utilize “The Castle” as their primary residence and are currently planning extensive interior renovations. For more photos and videos, please visit: www.234cPostRoad.com