Featured home: Close to water, with guest house and pool

The Barrington home has 4 beds and 3 full baths, plus a full guest home on professionally landscaped grounds

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Located in the Hampden Meadows neighborhood in Barrington, Thios expanded Cape Cod-style home rests on a breathtaking, professionally designed and maintained landscape of specimen trees and mixed borders of native ornamental plantings, providing multi-seasonal interest.

Just down the street from Hundred Acre Cove, the 30,000 square-foot at 5 George Finnerty Road lot has excellent curb appeal.

The home's open floor plan offers walls of windows delivering beautiful outdoor views and flooding the living spaces with natural light.

Enjoy entertaining family and friends with plenty of space to mingle inside. During the warmer months, the property is an entertainer's paradise, complete with a gorgeous deck, large in-ground, heated swimming pool and spa.

There is a spacious, separate 800-square-foot guest house with a full bathroom, bedroom and home office that opens to a private terrace.

The main house has more than 3,000 square feet of living space, and offers four bedrooms and three full bathrooms, including the first-floor master retreat with a walk-in closet and en suite bath with spa tub.

The eat-in kitchen is spacious and opens to a great room with cathedral ceilings, and overlooks the beautiful grounds. The great room and living room both have brick fireplaces. The home also has a one-car garage, gas heat, central air and a sprinkler system.

Cimpleting the home is the finished lower level, providing the ultimate rec room for kids or the perfect mancave and media room.

The home is available for the asking price of $799,000. For more information, contact Lisa Schryver, with Residential Properties, at 401-245-9600.

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