Tag: East Bay
Residential Properties Ltd. is proud to announce the sale of 7 Blount Circle in seaside Barrington for $1,125,000 with RPL’s Kris Chwalk, Elizabeth Kirk, and Stephanie Nickerson acting as the listing agents.
Designed and built by Meridian Custom Homes, this magnificent Colonial provides luxury coastal living at its best. Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac just steps from the water, the property boasts a sun-filled open floor plan with soaring ceilings and modern amenities, as well as four nicely sized bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths.
Elizabeth Kirk is a Platinum level multi-million dollar producer, as well as a Rhode Island Monthly Five Star Realtor. For more information on Kirk, please visit her website at ElizabethPKirk.com.
Kris Chwalk is a multi year Platinum level multi million dollar producer and Five Star Professional and a lifelong resident of Barrington. Licensed in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts, Chwalk specializes in waterfront properties.
The final listing agent, Stephanie Nickerson, is a resident of Portsmouth and has been in the real estate industry for over 25 years. A member of the Multi-Million Dollar Club, Nickerson is a Relocation and ABR Certified Specialist and licensed in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
For more information on any of our agents, please visit ResidentialProperties.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.
If you’re looking for some of the best fall foliage in the Northeast, you don’t have to go very far. Rhode Island is beautiful this time of year, so save the gas and instead of driving further up north, check out some of our state’s gorgeous parks, walking trails, farms, and historical sites to enjoy the changing autumn scenery!
The East Bay
Seaside Bristol is beautiful year round, and Colt State Park is no exception. With 464 acres of beautifully manicured lawns, four miles of biking trails, groomed fruit trees, and gorgeous plantings, this park is perfect for viewing the fall foliage.
Just three miles down the road from Colt State, the historic Blithewold Estate is 33 rolling acres featuring a mansion and breathtaking gardening. Visitors are welcomed to enjoy the several gardens, plantings, pathways, lawns, and stone structures of the Estate. Read more about the Blithewold Gardens and grounds by visiting their website.
Providence and the East Side
There are several picturesque spots on Providence’s East Side to enjoy the fall foliage, however two worth highlighting are the Brown University campus on College Hill, and historic Benefit Street which actually has walking tours during the fall by the Rhode Island Historical Society (RIHS). Check out the schedule for Benefit Street walking tours on the RIHS website.
One of the (many) great things about the Creative Capital is its mix of city and nature. On the outskirts of the city is Roger Williams Park, with 435 acres of land including over 100 acres of ponds and miles of trails weaving through both open and wooded areas. The Roger Williams Park Conservancy also conducts Fall Tours, where visitors can learn a bit of the history, environment, and infrastructure that makes the park unique.
The northern part of the state has many lush, wooded areas – but one that sticks out is hidden within the 4,000 acres of the George Washington Management Area. The 100 acre Pulaski Memorial Recreation Area has a little over a mile of hiking trails and is great for a leisurely stroll, or a little educational outing for the kids.
Jaswell’s Farm in Smithfield is your one-stop-shop for everything fall. Pick apples and pumpkins, and take a fall tour through the farm. The tours are geared more towards the kids, but visitors without kids can request a tour for the adults, or explore the grounds on their own.
We couldn’t leave out Arcadia Management Area, which spans through Richmond, Exeter, Hopkinton, and West Greenwich, making it the state’s largest recreational area. According to the DEM, Arcadia’s forest cover is its dominating feature, with 64 percent deciduous forest and 36 percent evergreen cover, principally white pine. With over 14,000 of mostly forested acres, Arcadia has countless trails to explore – each with a more wonderful view.
The mix of the ocean and foliage views in the City by the Sea is something arguably unique to Rhode Island. A notable spot is the 300 acres and seven miles of hiking trails of the Norman Bird Sanctuary. Walk through a variety of habitats such as forest, fields, ridges, and beaches all in one place – which is sure to offer diverse, albeit fabulous views.
Newport’s Fort Adams State Park is also known for its fall foliage, spanning over 80 acres with panoramic views of the Narragansett Bay and Newport Harbor peeking through the trees.