13 howe street Bristol, RI 02809

It is all about location and this new home in historic downtown Bristol has it all just two blocks from the water and the Walley Street Beach. A short walk to the unique shops, restaurants, marina, Town Common, museums, and library, while also enjoying Bristol’s summer afternoon breezes from your farmer’s porch at this beautifully appointed Cape Style house. Designed to include a separate in-law on the first floor with its own entrance, walk first into the gracious entrance hall with soaring ceiling and natural light which leads to a circular flow of designer influenced rooms including a master suite, library with floor-to-ceiling bookcases, living room with welcoming window seat and a gas fireplace with mother-of-pearl surround. The dining room opens to a rear porch and to the kitchen with sparkling white quartz countertops beneath glass subway tiles along with high-end appliances, farmhouse sink, and center island. It’s a chef’s dream and perfect for entertaining. Upstairs has two bedrooms and full bath, and private sitting room - and plenty of attic storage. The in-law has its own living room, kitchen, bath, and bedroom. There is gas heat, central air, and a generator. The dry basement is large for storage and has more than enough room for a workshop. The two-car garage is accessed over a custom designed paver stone driveway. The attention to detail both inside and out is obvious everywhere you look. This wonderful home has never been occupied and is truly move-in ready.

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Single Family
Year Built
Lot Size
14,018 Sq Ft
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Living Area
3,572 Sq Ft
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Tucked away on a peninsula in beautiful Narragansett Bay, Bristol is a charming seaside town offering a wonderful quality of life at a relaxed pace. Surrounded by 15 miles of shoreline, this area has a reputation for having one of the best coastlines for sailing enthusiasts. Bristol is also known as one of the most patriotic towns in the United States, right down to its red, white, and blue traffic lines down the middle of Main Street. It hosts the annual Bristol Fourth of July Parade, which is the oldest, continuous Fourth of July celebration in the nation. Bristol’s geography, as a peninsula between Narragansett Bay and Mount Hope Bay, makes the climate more moderate than most New England communities; warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

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