Huge, private Seekonk home has pool and guest house

The week's featured home has 5 beds and 5.5 baths spread among two houses


Tucked away in the exclusive Jacob Hill section of Seekonk is a beautiful mini-estate that features a historic Georgian Colonial, lovely guest house and an in-ground pool set on almost two acres of meticulously landscaped grounds.

Built in 1920, the four-bedroom home has more than 4,500 square feet of living space and has been updated with very modern amenities while retaining its period charm, including tall ceilings, built-ins and lovely moldings.

The eat-in chef's kitchen has granite countertops, stainless appliances, and a built-in hutch. The kitchen opesn to a grand family room that is teaming with windowns and French doors leading out to eh brick patio.

Off the family room is another lioving room with a stone fireplace. There is plenty of space for special occasions with a large formal dining room. A spacious foyer opens to a winding staircase leading to the second floor. The master suite featureas a fireplace abd great closet space and an en suite bath with double sinks. There are two additional bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor, and a bedroom and bathroom on the third floor.

In the rear of the property is a fenced-in swimming pool. A bonus for extended families is a private one-bedroom guest house that can be used as a changing area for swimmers using the pool.

There is a detached three-car garage and a long winding driveway to the home that is set back from the street.

The home is available for the asking price of $929,000. For more information, contact Sam Glicksman, with William Reveis Chapman Enstone, at 401-270-7909.


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