Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

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

Barrington

  • 84 Martin Ave. — $302,500
  • 428 Sowams Road — $335,000
  • 96 Lincoln Ave. — $399,000
  • 53 Lamson Road — $350,000
  • 58 Lamson Road — $487,900
  • 83 Walnut Road — $260,000
  • 47 S Meadow Lane — $1,315,000
  • 320 Washington Road — $450,000
  • 70 Boyce Ave. — $260,000

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East Providence

  • 111 Don Ave. — $429,000
  • 44 Edward Ave — $215,000
  • 194 Vincent Ave. — $215,000
  • 85 Hoyt Ave. — $670,000
  • 114-116 Warren Ave. — $245,000
  • 49 Roger Williams Ave. — $265,000
  • 250 Newport Ave. — $1,050,000
  • 130 Hoyt Ave. — $300,000
  • 99 Catlin Ave. — $460,000

Portsmouth

  • 28 Fieldstone Drive — $525,000
  • 106 Norseman Drive — $192,500
  • 225 Old Mill Lane — $249,500
  • 8 Chase Road — $341,340
  • 2417 E Main Road — $500,000
  • 95 Grain Terrace — $275,000
  • 41 Seacrest Drive — $317,500

Tiverton

  • 190 Stoney Hollow Road — $351,900
  • 16 Oregon Ave. —$358,000
  • 25 Pierce Ave. — $105,000
  • 2004 Main Road — $500,000
  • 320 East Road — $115,000
  • 364 King Road — $115,000

Warren

  • 43 Kinnicutt Ave. — $100,000
  • 585 Metacom Ave. — $285,000
  • 35 Kinnicutt Ave. — $100,000

Westport

  • 32 Thomas St. — $465,000
  • 30 Briar Drive — $316,050
  • 10 Great Neck Road — $250,000
  • 60 N Breault St. — $565,000

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