Barrington home sells for $3.5 million

Home at 91 Nayatt Road was built in 2008

Posted 1/13/17

Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty recently announced the sale of the home at 91 Nayatt Road in Barrington for $3.5 million. 

It is the highest sale in Barrington since …

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Barrington home sells for $3.5 million

Home at 91 Nayatt Road was built in 2008

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Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty recently announced the sale of the home at 91 Nayatt Road in Barrington for $3.5 million. 

It is the highest sale in Barrington since 2014.

The home — a waterfront, shingle-style — was built in 2008. According to the listing, the home is 5,934 square feet and sits on a 2.3-acre lot. It offers sweeping views of Narragansett Bay, has a slate roof, solid mahogany windows and doors, walnut floors, and state-of-the-art systems. It has five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. 

Sales associates Kate Kirby Greenman and Michelle Kirby listed the home for Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty. Connor Dowd of Keller Williams acted as the cooperating agent.

According to a press release from Gustave White Sotheby's, Michelle Kirby and Kate Kirby Greenman also represented the last property to sell for more $3 million in Barrington: 266 Rumstick Road sold for $3.1 million in Sept. 2015.

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