Residential Properties LTD.
November 3rd, 2016

Residential Properties Ltd. is proud to announce the sale of 15 Bayside Avenue in Warwick for $1,100,000 on October 28. Meredyth Church of RPL’s Providence office represented both sides of the transaction.

Known as the George E. Boyden House and Carriage House, 15 Bayside Avenue is a two-and-a-half story turn of the century Queen Victorian on the waterfront in the desirable Pawtuxet neighborhood.

The home was one of the first buildings constructed in the Bayview Avenue area c. 1895, and was originally built as a summer home for George E. Boyden, Treasurer of the Vesta Knitting Mills. The home was later owned between 1903-1911 by Alfred B. Pritkin, President of A.B. Pritkin Machinery Co, and was subsequently sold to Gottlieb W. Wildprett, a partner in Wildprett &  Saacke, jewelry manufacturers.

Meredyth Church has been a real estate professional since graduating college. She returned to her native state of Rhode Island in 1983, and focused her work on high-end luxury condominiums and home sales. Among her many qualifications, Church is a certified Historic Home Specialist and is a member of the Greater Providence Board of Realtors.

For more information on Meredyth Church, please visit her agent bio page on

About Residential Properties Ltd.

Residential Properties Ltd. is the largest privately held real estate company in Rhode Island and has been serving sellers and buyers of distinctive properties since 1981 through service, innovation and sheer hard work.  The Company, with five offices located in Barrington, Cumberland, East Greenwich, Narragansett and Providence, services all of Rhode Island, the Connecticut shoreline and southeastern and central Massachusetts.  In addition, the relocation department assists buyers and sellers on transactions throughout the country. More information is online at


November 2nd, 2016


This Saturday, November 5, the Woonsocket Museum of Work and Culture is hosting the Driftwood II — Love, Light, Hope Fundraiser from 6-9pm, benefitting the Rhode Island Alzheimer’s Association.

RPL’s own Sandy Soares of our Cumberland office is part of the planning committee for the event.  The cause is near and dear to Soares’ heart, as her own godfather passed recently after a 10 year struggle with the disease.
There are 5 million Americans currently suffering from Alzheimer’s, with someone being diagnosed every 72 seconds. Soares notes that by 2050, Alzheimer’s is expected to be the leading cause of death in America.

While there is presently no cure, scientists believe one will be discovered in the next 10 years.

You can help fund this important research by joining Soares for an evening of art, music, dance and food. There will be an art exhibit by artist Paul Cote in addition to music by Antonio Forte, a performance by the State Ballet of RI, portrait sketching and more. Food will be provided by Julian’s Restaurant.

Tickets are $50 each and can be purchased at

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October 27th, 2016

It’s that time of year again! Time to carve some pumpkins, grab some candy, put on a costume and get ready for a ghoulish good time.

Haunted Tunnel, Pawtucket

Slater Park Haunted Tunnel

Head over to Slater Memorial Park for a spooky tour through the Haunted Tunnel running Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 from 6:30-9pm. The Tunnel is recommended for guests 12 and older, while the younger crowd is welcome to the family-friendly Jack-o-Lantern Village happening at the same time. Pre-school children visiting the Village are free!


RI Scarecrow Festival and Oz Fun Run, Johnston

RI Scarecrow Festival

The first annual Rhode Island Scarecrow Festival and Oz Fun Run has something for everyone! Head over to Johnston Memorial Park on Saturday, October 29 for a scarecrow contest, pumpkin racing, a craft fair, a Wizard of Oz themed fun run, and more. Proceeds from the festival will benefit the Dysautonomia Support Network.


Common Burying Ground Tour, Newport

Newport Common Burying Ground

Want to explore a cemetery, but not too interested in going at night? That’s okay, Newport History Tours is hosting a tour of the Common Burying Ground at 11am on Saturday, October 29.


Creepy Critters, Providence


Are most Halloween events too spooky for the little ones? Head over to the Providence Children’s Museum and see their Creepy Critters! Kids will see creepy crawlies and slithering snakes up close. This event is on Saturday, October 29 from 12-2pm.


Horribles Parade, North Kingstown

Horribles Parade

Time for a parade! Get on your spookiest costume and head over to the Horribles Parade through Wickford Village. Kids and pets are welcome too. The parade starts Saturday, October 29 at 12pm and is followed by entertainment and trick-or-treating at participating village businesses.


Warwick Ghost Tour, Warwick


Are you afraid of ghosts? Warwick Ghost Tours might make you afraid! Head over to Warwick City Hall where Paranormal Investigators will lead you through the building which has been known for paranormal activity. Tours are held on Saturday, October 29 at 7, 8, and 9pm.


Boo Bash, Providence

Boo Bash

If you can’t make Creepy Critters, also at the Providence Children’s Museum is Boo Bash! On Sunday, October 30 from 11am-2pm kids can dress up, play games, do arts and crafts, be a mad scientist, and more.


Scary Acres, Cranston

scary acres ri

Known as the “Scariest Haunt in Rhode Island,” Confreda Scary Acres brings guests on a hayride along a haunted trail where zombies and werewolves are lurking. Guests can also brave a haunted corn maze and a “Fun House of Fears.” Event runs nightly until October 30 from 7-10pm.


Field of Screams, West Greenwich

zombie paintball

Shoot some zombies at Field of Screams! Head over to Big John Leyden’s Tree Farm for a Dungeon of Doom, Dead River Haunted Hayride, and a 4-D Cirque Du Souls. Event runs nightly until Monday, October 31 from 6:30-10pm.


Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, Providence


It’s not Halloween without the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular! Grab some hot cider and check out their display of 5,000 illuminated jack-o-lanterns along the Wetlands Trail. The event runs until Sunday, November 6 and weekend tickets are only available online this year.