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Past meets present in this recently built home in the historic and bucolic setting of Gilbert Stuart Road. Steeped in privacy, hills and valleys, stone walls and streams, this area is one of South County’s hidden treasures. Built in 2013 and sited on 1.8 acres, this 3-4 bedroom home boasts all the amenities buyers are seeking. Sumptuous Brazilian hardwood floors, central air, radiant heat, gourmet kitchen, open floor plan, and oversized master bedroom are featured here. A first floor office is the perfect work place to ride out this pandemic and enjoy the peace of the outdoors. There is a large attic offering storage as well as plenty of space above the garage for storage or additional living space. Exterior features the remarkable low-maintenance Hardie Board clapboarding. State-of-the-art OWTS designed and approved for four bedrooms. Truly move in condition. Don’t pass up this opportunity to spend your summer 5 minutes from Wickford, 10 minutes from Narragansett beach, and 15 minutes from Newport.
Listed by James Wilson of Lila Delman Real Estate

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