Sakonnet Point house sells for $2.15 million

Posted 7/4/21

LITTLE COMPTON — Residential Properties Ltd. announces the sale of 7 Minnesota Road in Little Compton for $2.15 million.

The Sakonnet Point residence offers views of the ocean, Sakonnet …

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Sakonnet Point house sells for $2.15 million

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LITTLE COMPTON — Residential Properties Ltd. announces the sale of 7 Minnesota Road in Little Compton for $2.15 million.

The Sakonnet Point residence offers views of the ocean, Sakonnet Harbor, and the yacht club. 

With four bedrooms and three full baths, the home has undergone an extensive renovation with new features, including a laundry/mudroom, custom cabinetry and built-ins, a gourmet kitchen, and a large dining and living space with an original floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. 

Views are available from the ground level porch or the second floor which has an additional entertaining space with a wet bar and sliding glass doors opening out to a deck. 

The listing agent representing the sellers was Rebecca Rubin.

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