Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

Keep tabs on the local real estate market. Find out which homes have sold near you, and for how much

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

Barrington

  • 58 Fales Ave. — $369,500
  • 33 Walter St. — $499,000
  • 7 Blount Circle — $1,125,000
  • 435 Sowams Road — $135,000

Bristol

  • 316 North Lane #316 — $355,000
  • 26 Everett Ave. — $275,000
  • 41 Ansonia Ave. — $222,000
  • 8 Adelaide Ave. — $179,000
  • 8 Deer Run Road — $475,900.

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East Providence

  • 34 Rice Ave. — $247,500
  • 18 Bart Drive — $203,000
  • 155 Don Ave. — $158,500
  • 18 Leonard Ave. — $215,000
  • 234 Warren Ave. — $250,000
  • 11 Broadview Road — $180,000
  • 60 Halleck Ave. — $177,900
  • 192-194 Centre St. — $276,000
  • 12 Welfare St. — $205,500
  • 152 Arnold St. — $207,500
  • 258 Terrace Ave. — $225,000
  • 14 Park Drive — $173,500

Portsmouth

  • 1446 W Main Road — $130,000
  • 270 Turnpike Ave. — $276,000
  • 113 Gromley Ave. — $263,000
  • 23 Cove St. — $112,000
  • 274 Mill Lane — $259,900

Tiverton

  • 403 Canonicus St. — $171,900
  • 1121 Stafford Road — $235,000
  • 45 Horizon Drive — $350,000
  • 98-100 E Beardsworth Road — $285,000

Warren

  • 147 Water St. #2 — $135,000

Westport

  • 21 Lakeshore Road — $120,000
  • 252 Sanford Road — $179,244

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