Pro golfer’s home sells for $4.525 million

Posted 8/19/14

It has seven bedrooms, 9 full bathrooms, and a putting green in the basement, and recently found itself a new owner.

The house at 85 Nayatt Road which was owned by Barrington native and former PGA professional golfer Brad Faxon sold for …

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Pro golfer’s home sells for $4.525 million

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It has seven bedrooms, 9 full bathrooms, and a putting green in the basement, and recently found itself a new owner.

The house at 85 Nayatt Road which was owned by Barrington native and former PGA professional golfer Brad Faxon sold for $4,525,000 on Wednesday, Aug. 13.

The chief executive officer of EMC Information Infrastructure, David Goulden, purchased the property, according to property records.

The federalist style home that sits near the intersection of Washington and Nayatt Roads includes 9,026 square feet of living space and another 4,267 square feet of space in the basement. It offers sweeping views of Narragansett Bay and has three fireplaces. It sits upon 2.5 acres of land.

According to the company that handled the town’s revaluation, the home was built in 2005 and is assessed at $4.25 million.

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