Sales Associate, Lisbeth Herbst of Residential Properties Ltd. recently completed the sale of 43 Sunset Road in Bristol for $1,800,000 – marking the town’s second highest sale this year.
“This is one of the most architecturally thoughtful pieces of modern construction that I have ever seen,” said RPL Barrington Manager, Ian Barnacle. “Every detail was considered and quality was paramount.”
Resting on 1.3 acres overlooking the bay in Bristol Highlands, the home, known as Pen Marc’h, is a custom-designed New England Shingle-style Bungalow designed by local architect David Andreozzi. Built upon a river rock foundation, this beautiful home features custom masonry and millwork both inside and out, including mahogany details, arched rafters, and black walnut floors. The interior highlights include a mahogany library, as well as a breathtaking great room with beadboard ceilings and a gourmet kitchen with soapstone counters. Outside, the property includes a bluestone veranda with a Spanish cedar pergola, and manicured gardens surrounded by fieldstone walls.
The listing agent, Lisbeth Herbst, is a current resident of Bristol and has enjoyed over 20 years of success as a Realtor®. Licensed in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts, Lisbeth has compiled over $6,000,000 in sales so far this year. To learn more about Lisbeth and view her current listings, please visit her Agent Bio Page.
Residential Properties Ltd. is pleased to announce that Realtor® Judy Croyle has joined the company as the latest Sales Associate for their Providence Office. Croyle brings 14 years of success to RPL and will be a welcomed addition to the brokerage.
“I am super excited about joining Residential,” exclaims Croyle. “I have done many transactions with RPL agents and it will be great to join the team.”
Judy has received the Greater Providence Board of Realtors’ “Circle of Sales Excellence Award” during each of the past three years. Earning her designation as a Providence Preservation Society Historic House Specialist, Judy is uniquely qualified to assist buyers looking to purchase historic homes and antique fixer-uppers. As someone who prides herself on being environmentally conscious, Judy has also earned her Green Designation from the National Association of Realtors®, and is happy to share her knowledge with clients regarding the top factors they should consider when looking to reduce their footprint.
When asked why she decided to make the move to Residential Properties, Croyle pointed to the company’s strong Relocation Department, their generous support for non-profit organizations, and their comprehensive marketing and technology tools for agents and clients.
Regarding her future goals and aspirations, Croyle said “I’m really looking forward to having the opportunity to take my business to the next level. I love what I do and take great pride in the relationships that I form with my clients, so I’m excited to start working with so many other serious full time agents.”
Prior to becoming a licensed Realtor® in 2004, Judy enjoyed two decades as a business owner and sales & marketing professional. Having graduated with a BFA from The School for American Craftsmen, Rochester Institute of Technology, Judy still enjoys making her own pottery in her basement, as well as entertaining guests, cooking, and going on scenic walks to the water with her dog, Andi.
To learn more about Judy Croyle, please visit her website at JudyCroyleRealEstate.com.
Summertime in Rhode Island is always a special time of year, when people throughout New England flock to enjoy our beautiful beaches, cool down with an ice cold Del’s lemonade, and dine on lobster rolls, chowder, and clam cakes. The RPL Photo Contest aims to celebrate these Rhode Island summers by highlighting stunning images throughout the state.
A sincere thank you goes out to each of our agents who submitted an entry to the contest, as well as all of our friends on Facebook for casting their votes and helping us decided a winner.
After narrowing the field down to five finalists, the contest reached nearly 6,000 people on Facebook, resulting in over 400 total votes. Entering the weekend with four finalists neck-and-neck, one particular photo finally broke free from the rest of the field and emerged as the overwhelming favorite.
It is my pleasure to announce that the winner of the 2018 RPL Summer Photo Contest is RPL Providence Sales Associate, Rich Epstein with his aerial photo of the Beavertail Lighthouse in Jamestown. Rich’s photo captured a birds eye view of the iconic lighthouse illuminated by the day’s final rays of summer sun. The photo received a total of 137 votes, finishing as the only finalist to top 100 votes. Congratulations to Rich on winning the grand prize of a free property video and website package.
See the full contest results below.
Winning Photo: Rich Epstein – Beavertail Lighthouse – Jamestown (137 Votes)
Second Place: Lisa Schryver – Harbor Sunset – Newport (90 Votes)
Third Place: Anna Clancy – Buoy On The Bay – Narragansett (87 Votes)
Fourth Place: Barbara Dacey -Narragansett Bay – Pawtuxet Village (59 Votes)
Fifth Place: Ashley Baccari – City Mural – Providence (26 Votes)