Luxury, space, nature abound in Warren's Oyster Point

This week's featured home has 5 beds, 4.5 baths and more than 6,000 square feet, surrounded by nature


Welcome to 15 Oyster Point, an expansive waterfront home on the Warren River with all the conveniences of a condominium.

The 6,655 square-foot, free-standing condominium is situated in a club-like setting with a community pool, just steps from the harbor, overlooking a pond and the East Bay Bike Path.

The home sits on more than an acre of "limited common area," which would allow the home enough space to add a private pool, tennis court or patio.

The exceptional, west-facing condo has 180-degree water views and abuts Audubon-protected property. There is also a 1,200 square-foot apartment ideal for in-laws, guests or a nanny.

Nuilt in 1986, it featuers cathedral ceilings and large windows, letting in an abundance of natural light and breathtaking views of Barragansett Bay.

The home was constructed with all the features of luxury. The chef's kitchen opens to the dining room and living room, each with a gas fireplace. There is a cozy breakfast nook and a huge deck overlooking the water. A bright Florida room with a wall of windows is a relaxing sanctuary all year long. A den with a third fireplace and utility and laundry rooms are also on this level.

Upstairs is a huge master suite with a reading room and en-suite bath, three additional bedrooms and a sun-filled library overlooking the Warren River.

The top level has an office, playroom, storage and a rooftop deck with a Jacuzzi tub.

Oyster Point is a special place, abutting Audubon property and with western views. Open the blinds and take in the moon setting on the horizon or mist hovering over the pond and bay. Be welcomed in the morning by finches, jays, black birds and cardinals. In spring a mallard duck may be nesting in the front planter.

Enjoy morning coffee on the deck and spy a blue heron, egret of kicg fisher on the prowl. Enjoy a bike ride, run or kayak to wind down a busy day. It's a quick walk to the beach, where there is an abundance of oysters and mussels to harvest.

On a snowy winter day, it's a great area to cross-country ski or snow shoe on the bike path. From the deck, watch young sailors learning to maneuver their crafts or commercial and personal fishing boats traversing the bay.

Pick pears and apples from the orchard on the property in the fall. The wonder of nature is all around. Wild turkeys and pheasants roam with their chicks, and the occasional fox or coyote will wander by. Looking west, in the distance, an osprey or bald eagle may hover near their besting sites.

The home is available for the asking price of $1,299,000. For more information, contact Alex Thursby, with Lila Delman Real Estate, at 401-848-2102.


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