Bristol condo sells for $2 million

Posted 5/14/24

According to Statewide MLS data, this is the fourth-highest condominium sale in the state year to date.

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Bristol condo sells for $2 million


Residential Properties Ltd. (RPL) recently announced the sale of 345 Thames St., Unit #210N in Bristol for $2 million. RPL Sales Associate Kris Chwalk and RPL Sales Associate Morgan Lowis represented the seller in this transaction. Alice Sheerin of Teri Degnan RE & Consulting represented the buyer.

According to State-Wide MLS data, this is the fourth-highest Condominium sale in the state year to date. It is also the fourth-highest Condominium sale in Bristol history and fourth-highest sale ever at Stone Harbour.

This corner unit at Bristol’s Stone Harbour boasts views of the harbor and Narragansett Bay. With two outdoor living areas, an open-concept floor plan, gas fireplace, and a wall of windows, entertaining and living take on a special allure. The eat-in kitchen features a five-seat breakfast bar and counter space perfect for prep or gathering. A large primary suite with a walk-in closet, spa-style bath, and private access to the L-shaped deck make for a beautiful retreat.

A second suite with a private balcony and bath delights family or guests, while a third room can function as an office or media room. A private 35-ft. slip, wet bar, coffered ceiling, custom shades, and SONOS sound system create the ultimate in modern coastal living. Stone Harbour residents also enjoy amenities including an infinity pool, deck area, gym, and walking paths.

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