This week, agents from Residential Properties Ltd.’s Cumberland office made their annual contribution to the Happy Basket Program. The Happy Basket Program is celebrating its 24th year, and has been distributing food baskets and toys during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays to Cumberland families in need since 1992.
Every November, volunteers meet on the Thursday night before Thanksgiving to assemble 300 baskets. The baskets are then distributed to Cumberland families the following week. The program expects to distribute over 700 food baskets for Thanksgiving and Christmas this year.
The Happy Baskets Program is looking for donations and volunteers for the Christmas season. The Basket Assembly is held Thursday, December 15th, with additional events the following week.
Anyone interested in volunteering to sort donations, wrap gifts or assemble baskets is asked to call John Johnson at 487-1282. Food and toy donations are encouraged to be dropped off at the Cumberland Senior Center where volunteers assemble the baskets.
Donations can also be made by check payable to “The HAPPY Basket Program” and mailed to P.O. Box 7611; Cumberland, RI 02864. For more information, please visit HappyBasketsRI.com.
Residential Properties Ltd. is proud to announce the sale of 345 Thames Street, Unit 308N, in Downtown Bristol. The luxury condominium was sold for $1,087,500 with Morgan Lowis of RPL’s Barrington office representing the buyer.
According to current MLS data, this marks the fifth million dollar sale in Bristol this year of which RPL has proudly represented five of the possible 10 transaction sides.
Originally built as a series of three historic brick mills in Downtown Bristol, the Stone Harbour Condominiums have been transformed into 81 luxury residences equipped with an infinity pool, gym, pedestrian boardwalk, and 39-slip marina. This beautiful unit overlooks the swimming pool and beautiful Bristol Harbor.
Morgan Lowis became a Realtor® after owning a firm that specialized in executive recruiting. After just two years in real estate, Morgan reached the prestigious level of Multi Million Dollar Producer and has maintained it since. She lives in Bristol with her husband and their two children.
For more information on Lowis, please visit her agent bio page on ResidentialProperties.com.
Residential Properties Ltd. has completed the sale of the James E. & Alice B. Sullivan House on the East Side of Providence for $1,600,000. The RPL Sales Team of Markham + DeRentis Associates was proud to represent both the buyer and the seller in the transaction.
This marks the East Side’s 12th sale of over $1,000,000 this year, 10 of which have been represented by Residential Properties Ltd. with the company also compiling an overwhelming 20 of the possible 24 transaction sides.
Built in 1893 by the architectural firm of William R. Walker & Son, this landmark Victorian located at 254 Wayland Avenue was designed for Alice B. Sullivan, daughter of United States Rubber Company President and Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame member Joseph Banigan.
This meticulously maintained, 15,360 square foot property has been transformed into a multi-family residence offering eight separate units. This includes a large master unit offering 2,800 square feet of living space with amazing architectural details throughout.
Markham + DeRentis Associates have listed six of the 12 East Side sales of over $1,000,000 this year, compiling nine of the possible 24 transaction sides. Listed on the Real Trends list of “America’s Best Real Estate Agents” each of the past three years, M+D make it their mission to match clients with properties that enhance their lives by offering comprehensive services built on advanced real estate certifications, a trusted network of partners, and specialized knowledge of neighborhoods and cities throughout the area. Learn more at MarkhamDeRentisAssociates.com.