Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

Keep tabs on the local real estate market. Find out which houses have sold near you

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The following homes have changed hands recently in towns around the East Bay:

Barrington

  • 24 Sherwood Lane — $271,500
  • 11 Vialls Drive — $370,000

East Providence

  • 15 Mary Ave. — $239,000
  • 96 Promenade St. — $235,000
  • 31 White Ave — $350,000
  • 1357-1359 Pawtucket Ave. — $157,500
  • 478 Dover Ave. — $190,000
  • 14 Dunbar Ave. — $75,000
  • 34 Nimitz Road — $158,000
  • 61 Sumach Ave. — $189,000
  • 151 Willett Ave. #5 — $116,250

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Little Compton

  • 4 Town Way — $884,500
  • 69 W Main Road — $635,500
  • 5 High Meadow Road — $525,000
  • 22 Pond View Drive — $502,500

Portsmouth

  • 36 Canonchet Drive — $330,000
  • 48 Aquidneck Ave. — $180,000
  • 11 Fox Run — $261,975
  • 144 Wapping Road — $2,855,000

Tiverton

  • 569 Nanaquaket Road — $385,000
  • 66 Sheldon St. — $51,000
  • 466 Puncateest Neck Road — $550,000

Warren

  • 71 Bridge St. — $391,200
  • 53 King St. — $270,000
  • 341 Child St. — $220,000
  • 212 Winslow Way — $580,165

Westport

  • 43 Cahoons Lane — $400,000
  • 6 Brookside Ave. — $315,000
  • 1 Butterfly Lane — $1,950,000
  • 173-A Cadmens Neck Road — $30,000
  • 147-F&G Cadmens Neck Road — $30,000
  • 4 Wildberry Way — $232,000
  • 5 Wildberry Way — $232,000

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