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Residential Properties Ltd. Sales Associate, Rebecca Rubin, recently completed the sale of 9 Montana Road in Little Compton for $900,000. Rebecca is located at RPL’s Providence branch and represented both the buyer and seller in this transaction.
According to MLS data, this is the 4th highest single family sale in Little Compton this year.
Located in the heart of Sakonnet Village, this sunny 4 bedroom cottage with wrap around porch is the perfect summer retreat. Every window offers picturesque views suitable for any postcard. A formal dining room flows directly into a radiant white kitchen with plenty of counter space. The kitchen leads you into a landscaped private yard with brick patio and outdoor shower. The house is within walking distance to multiple attractions, including beaches, the yacht club, and the quaint shops of downtown Little Compton.
The listing agent and buyer’s agent, Rebecca Rubin was born and raised in Rhode Island and has an extensive knowledge of the entire state. Rebecca recently received the the Rising Star Real Estate award and enjoys spending her summers in Little Compton with family and friends.
July is finally here and it’s the perfect time to hit one of the many beaches in our beautiful Ocean State. To help you choose, we’ve made a list of our top 10 favorite beaches in Rhode Island to check out this summer.
Ballard’s Beach (Block Island) – Ballard’s Beach on Water Street is a popular spot with an outside bar, music, food and towel service. Guests are allowed to bring their own food, but no alcoholic beverages. Alcohol is served by the Ballard’s staff right to your chair. 42 Water St, New Shoreham, RI
Mansion Beach (Block Island) – Block Island is Rhode Island’s own tropical paradise with 17 miles of shoreline that’s open to the public. The island has many lovely beaches for all ages. A notable family-friendly beach is Mansion Beach (on Mansion Road) a little off the beaten path, but well worth it. This peaceful spot is on the northernmost section of the Island with clean sand and clear water. There are no lifeguards or facilities, however, so keep an eye on the kids and bring a picnic–but be sure to take your trash with you! Mansion Rd, New Shoreham, RI
Goosewing Beach (Little Compton) – Adjacent to South Shore Beach, Goosewing Beach has been managed by the Nature Conservancy since 1989, making it a fantastic location for outdoor enthusiasts. With over 75 acres of land, this historical landmark features pond, beach and dune environments. The beach also includes an environmental education center built in 2010 where visitors can learn about the different habitats on the preserve. 125 South Shore Rd, Little Compton, RI
Narragansett Town Beach (Narragansett) – Popular for surfing, the Narragansett Town Beach is located in the center of town. The 19-acre beach includes amenities such as snack bars, changing rooms, and restrooms. The Pier Marketplace as well as several restaurants are nearby. 39 Boston Neck Rd, Narragansett, RI
Roger Wheeler State Beach (Narragansett) – Roger Wheeler State Beach is a lifeguarded beach popular for families with young kids because of the calm waters. The beach includes a playground, bathrooms with showers, snacks, and picnic areas. 100 Sand Hill Cove Road, Narragansett, RI
Scarborough State Beach (Narragansett) – One of Rhode Island’s most popular beaches, Scarborough State Beach in Narragansett is fun for all ages with newly renovated pavilions as well as concession stands, restrooms, showers, picnic areas, and walking paths. 970 Ocean Road, Narragansett, Rhode Island
Easton’s Beach (Newport) – Adjacent to the famous Cliff Walk, Easton’s Beach–or “First Beach” to locals–is Newport’s largest public ocean surf beach. Easton’s Beach is fun for all ages with a playground, carousel, and a Save the Bay Exploration Center. All beach necessities can be rented, and you can enjoy food from the concession stand under the cabanas. Free beach concerts are popular in the summer. 175 Memorial Boulevard, Newport, RI
Gooseberry Beach (Newport) – Set back in a cove with calm waters and great views, Gooseberry Beach is the perfect place to relax and unwind year round. Enjoy a snack at the Gooseberry Cafe or swim in the calm waters and watch the sunset. 130 Ocean Ave, Newport, RI
Misquamicut Beach (Westerly) – Misquamicut Beach is Rhode Island’s largest state beach located just off of bustling Atlantic Avenue. Aside from the gorgeous shoreline, the beach hosts weekly concerts, movies, and car shows. Water slides, mini golf and bumper boats make this spot great for all ages. A newly constructed pavilion offers a central observation tower as well as refreshments. 257 Atlantic Avenue, Westerly, RI
Watch Hill Beach (Westerly) – Watch Hill Beach is known for its antique carousel, clear water, and perfect sand for long walks in the beach. With private bathhouses and nearby shops, Watch Hill makes for a relaxing summer outing. 151 Bay Street, Westerly, RI
Enjoy water views from every room in this historic cottage set along Sakonnet Harbor’s Lee Shore.
The home’s front deck provides entry into a mudroom which leads to an updated kitchen, complete with Travertine tile floors and Corian counters. The connected sun-filled dining room with built-in China cabinet offers walkout access to the deck.
The living room opens to a spacious sun room affording panoramic views of the harbor while stepping out to a covered porch and waterfront yard, perfect for outdoor entertaining.
The second floor contains a large master suite with private en suite bath, as well as an additional two bedrooms supported by another full bathroom.