Tag: Narragansett RI
Residential Properties Ltd. recently closed the sale of 264 Bonnet Point Road in Narragansett for $1,335,000, marking the highest priced single family sale in Bonnet Shores this year. RPL Sales Associate, Mary Ann Lisi represented the buyer in the transaction, while Re/Max Flagship Sales Associate, Sharon Remington Ford represented the seller.
Located in the seaside neighborhood of Bonnet Shores, this three bedroom, three bath Victorian has been totally remodeled to take advantage and accentuate its views of the beach and ocean beyond. The interior showcases a bright and open floor plan with high vaulted ceilings, maple hardwood floors, and even a built-in saltwater reef aquarium. The waterside porch and deck provide ideal locations for enjoying the amazing sunsets, while the bonus room above the garage is perfect for a rec area or media room.
The buyer’s agent, Mary Ann Lisi, has lived in the South County area for over 20 years and is an expert in luxury real estate along the southern coastline of Rhode Island, including South Kingstown, Narragansett, North Kingstown, Charlestown, Westerly, and Jamestown. She is a proud recipient of the Kent Washington Association of Realtors Circle of Excellence Gold Award and has been a consistent multi-million dollar producer throughout her nearly 20 year real estate career.
For more information on Mary Ann Lisi, or to view her current listings, please visit her agent bio page at ResidentialProperties.com.
Last Fall, I had the opportunity to join Mary Ann Lisi, from our Narragansett office, at the construction project for a new South County Habitat for Humanity home in Charlestown, RI. This home features handicap accessibility since the new owners’ son is in a wheelchair. Mary Ann worked with the “Thursday, All Women Crew” on the project and did so throughout the past year. According to Mary Ann, “This was a great group of very talented women ranging in age from 22 to 70 something. There was a lot of fun on this project and the experience was very rewarding. We did everything from framing to sheetrock, to trim work and floor installation.”
The home was completed last month and a moving in ceremony was conducted with Rev. Lynn Baker-Dooley blessing each room at the Saturday, 26th of February, morning event. Lynn is the wife of URI President, David Dooley, and is an American Baptist minister. She was heavily involved in Habitat and other homeless matters when she was a minister in Helena, Montana. The construction supervisor, Ted Seymour, led the morning in Habitat fashion with an opening prayer, and opened the party to a packed Klondike Road residence. The Northup family is the proud owner of this LEED certified home which South County Habitat for Humanity has dubbed their “Official 20th Anniversary Home.”
Besides working on the home, the Women’s Crew also won the Gingerbread House competition, which raised $1400 for the organization. Habitat will hold another fund raiser with check-in starting at noon on April 2, 2011 for a two mile walk around URI campus. It officially starts at 1:00 pm. They are trying to raise $80,000 through this effort called “Pound the pavement. Pound a nail.” The University of Rhode Island has set the goal to build one house near the URI campus and two houses in Haiti and Chile. They are half-way to reaching it, but still need your help!
Dunmere Gate and Cottage are landmarks in Narragansett along beautiful Ocean Road. The cottage sits high on a granite outcropping overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. I recently had the pleasure of filming this exquisite property and thought I’d share some of the stunning views.
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