40 Quicksand Pond Road, Little Compton, RI – details – map
Access to Quicksand Pond
This Cape-style home is set on a lovely 2.5+-acre private site. The architecturally designed home was built in 1980 and has been well maintained. An inviting dining/living room has a wood burning fireplace flanked by bookcases. Sliding doors on the south and west elevations of the living room open onto a large bluestone terrace. Mature specimen trees create a very private yard with attractive fencing. Additional rooms include a spacious kitchen, den, master ensuite bedroom, and laundry room on the first floor. The second floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom. This lovely property is located in the private homeowners’ association, Quicksand Pond Association, and offers coveted access to the pond. This special offering is close to all summer activities.
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71 Warren’s Point Road, Little Compton, RI – details – map
Warren's Point - Long Pond Views
This is a quintessential summer cottage with views over lawn, meadows and field out to the Atlantic Ocean. The cottage has been lovingly cared for over many generations. It has four bedrooms, three baths, wonderful kitchen, ample dining room, and a fireplaced living room. The home sits on over three acres of open space with conservation easements in one of Little Compton's most coveted neighborhoods. This ideal summer location is close to ocean beaches, the Sakonnet River, and all summer activities at Sakonnet Point.
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113 Quicksand Pond Road, Little Compton RI – details – map
Views over Quicksand Pond to the Atlantic Ocean
Nestled at the end of Quicksand Pond located on 18+ secluded acres, this property offers an oasis of privacy and serenity. The home was architecturally designed by Cecil Wilde to blend flawlessly into its natural setting with breathtaking water views from almost every room. An open floor plan provides for easy and gracious single-level living. A series of decks and terraces provides for relaxation and increased living space during the warm summer months. The yard is professionally landscaped with perennial gardens and stone walls in keeping with the essence of coastal living. This virtual nature preserve has unobstructed views over Quicksand Pond out to the Atlantic Ocean, making it a nature lover’s paradise and a very special offering.
15 Bailey’s Ledge Road, Little Compton, RI – details – map
Bailey's Ledge - Overlooking the Sakonnet Golf Course
At the entrance to Bailey’s Ledge, this custom-designed home has a timeless design and custom finishes. In 1968 the original cottage was enlarged and underwent a major renovation, turning it into a gracious year-round home. It has been well maintained offering elegance and single-story living. A formal dining area separates a gourmet kitchen from the living room with custom-designed pewter chimneypiece and leads out to a stunning three-season porch. The master suite has a large sitting area and lovely fireplace. From the stone terrace, there are peaceful views of the 18th fairway at the Sakonnet Golf Course. Mature specimen trees, stone walls, and abutting conservation land add to beautiful setting of this home.
1 Little Pond Cove Road, Little Compton, RI – details – map
Private Seaside Neighborhood at Little Pond Cove
Upon entering this contemporary home, you are swept away by the light that cascades through the walls of glass. The property is located on a private right of way, Little Pond Cove Road. The seaside retreat consists of 2.3+acres of meadow, a contemporary home built in 1954, and a detached two-car garage. The flexible open floor plan consists of living, dining, and kitchen areas, three bedrooms and two baths on the first level. There is a spacious study/den on the second level. The home nestled on the west portion of the site enjoys views of Little Pond Cove and the Atlantic Ocean from the principal rooms and expansive stone terrace. It is a versatile home perfect for gracious year-round or seasonal living. Enjoy a short walk to ocean beaches or the town landing at the Hester Simmons Field, a favorite fishing and surfing location.
This architect-designed home sits on a lovely 2.3+-acre site adjacent to conserved land with access to a walking trail. Ideally sited with a southern exposure, the main living area is filled with natural light. The open floor-plan has a living/dining/kitchen area that leads to a deck and screened-in porch. The master bedroom suite, second bedroom, full bath, and study complete the first-floor layout. The second level offers a spacious bedroom and full bath. Stone walls and stands of cedars enhance the beauty of the site. Adjacent to the residence is a detached, over-sized, one-car garage with space for equipment and/or boats. Enjoy the serenity of the natural surroundings within a private association located minutes from ocean beaches.
Enjoy distant Sakonnet River views from this custom Cape in pristine, move-in condition. The contemporary home offers a wonderful floor plan that includes a living room with a gorgeous stone fireplace and custom built-ins. A formal dining room, chef's kitchen, family room, half bath, laundry room, and master bedroom suite complete the first floor. Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a full bath. The basement is finished with a home movie theater with surround sound. There is an attached two-car garage, wood deck, blue stone terrace, outdoor shower and potting shed. The yard is professionally landscaped with beautiful, mature plantings. The property enjoys a private, deeded beach rights and potential for deep water mooring.
This unique and naturally beautiful home is situated on 3.9+ acres overlooking open pastures and woodlands. The residence, built in 1990, lends itself to comfortable country living. Sunshine floods the house through multiple windows on the south side of the home. The site is enhanced with stone walls, a large stand of cedar trees, and wild flowers throughout the meadow. West of residence is a detached two-car garage with spacious loft. The property ideally located in a highly coveted neighborhood close to ocean beaches at Westport Harbor, Massachusetts. This property offers a perfect setting for the owner who loves birds, gardening, and nature-related activities. A truly remarkable listing with many opportunities to be explored.
666 West Main Road, Little Compton, RI – details – map
Custom Cape With Two Living Units
This rambling Cape Cod-style home features two separate living units, one of which is fully handicapped accessible. The house occupies a 2.75+/- acre site offering privacy and abutting a stone-walled meadow with conversation easements. The sunny fireplaced living/dining area has hardwood floors with glass sliders that open onto an expansive deck overlooking the conservation meadow. This home is conveniently located close to all summer activities at Sakonnet Point and to the center of Little Compton at the Commons. A unique opportunity.
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20 and 26 Indian Hill Road, Little Compton, RI – details – map
Residential Compound on a Private Way
Enjoy your own private, idyllic setting on a 3.7+/- acre property with distant views of the Sakonnet River. the offering consists of two lots of record. The original homestead and a 2-bedroom guest house are nestled on the 1.7+/- acre site amongst hardwood trees. The improvements are in need of upgrading or replacing. The additional 2+/- acre site abuts the homestead lot and conservation land. Close to Sakonnet Point, ocean beaches, and the Little Compton Town Commons.
This antique farmhouse is situated on 3+ acres of waterfront land along the Sakonnet River. The very well-maintained home has the charm of the “old,” but has the updated conveniences for today’s living. The living space includes a chef’s kitchen with wood burning stove, and formal dining room and living room both with gas-fired fireplace stoves. The home also includes a library, office, family room, 4 bedrooms, and 4 full baths. There is a heated, detached two-story barn that could be used as an artist studio, woodworking shop, or dry storage. The property has mature plantings, stone walls, and a sweeping lawn extending down to the river’s edge. The house would make a great year-round residence or the perfect summer retreat.