625 love lane Warwick, RI 02818

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This stunning English Tudor, designed by Royal Barry Wills, in the heart of Rhode Island offers six acres of meticulously maintained private park like grounds and nearly 5000 square feet of sunlit living space. What sets this Tudor apart from most is the grand hand hewn beams, steeply pitched gabled roofs, the playfully elaborate masonry, and decorative stone and brickwork of the craftsman who built it. This English Tudor is both unique and subtly majestic. The interior detail and design are truly impressive yet the outdoor living area is arguably the jewel of the property. A detailed brick patio, strikingly similar to the façade of the home, opens up to a seemingly endless Bluestone terrace. Here, an 800 square foot 10 foot deep pool invites. Built in the Tudor style, the wonderful poolhouse is complete with a full bath, sauna & kitchenette. Tennis anyone? Enjoy a match on your private clay court. Truly, this homestead sitting on 6 acres of property offers parklike privacy (with a pond) and peace yet…reality is located just down the road. Nationally ranked public schools are nearby as is a quintessential Main Street downtown complete with shopping, parks, waterfront and excellent restaurants. East Greenwich is located on Rhode Island’s West bay, conveniently situated on the Rout 95 corridor which allows for a 10 minute drive to the airport, a 20 minute drive to Providence, 30 minutes to South County beaches, 60 minutes to Boston and just over two hours to NYC.


Property Details

MLS#
1167356
Type
Single Family
County
Kent
Neighborhood
Cowesett
Year Built
1935
Lot Size
261,360 Sq Ft
Bedrooms
6
Full Baths
4
Half Baths
2
Living Area
5,130 Sq Ft
Taxes
$17,391
Tax Year
2016

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Warwick

Warwick is the second largest city in Rhode Island. It was the site of what is regarded as one of the seminal actions leading to the Revolutionary War, the burning of the HMS Gaspee. Today Warwick is enjoyed for its 39 miles of beautiful coastline with several fresh and saltwater beaches alongside marinas, waterfront restaurants and historic lighthouses.


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