$9.95M Contemporary Gem Overlooking Ninigret Pond in Charlestown, Rhode Island

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George Gray

$9.95M Contemporary Gem Overlooking Ninigret Pond in Charlestown, Rhode Island

$9,950,000 | Built 1986 | 6,023 Sq. Ft. | 3 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 2.09 Acres
150 Southern Way, Charlestown, RI 02813
A contemporary gem in the coastal crown of tranquil Charlestown, this four-level, architect-designed waterfront home on serene Ninigret Pond merges luxury living with laid-back comfort. Awaken to panoramic sweeping views enjoyed by 3 bedrooms, including the primary suite, which occupies the entirety of the third floor. With over 6,000 square feet of living area, 3 full baths, 1 half bath and an expansive gourmet kitchen, this generous home located at the end of a dead end street is ideal for relaxing by the pool or gathering with friends. Perched on more than two acres of land at the tip of Marsh Point, soak in spectacular sunsets and sunrises on your own piece of private, protected paradise. 
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Tie up your boat on your personal 50 ft.+ dock with ocean access. Meticulous additions and thoughtful renovations have transformed this head-turning, sun-drenched home into an eye-catching beauty with multiple spaces for entertaining inside and out. By day, whip out the binoculars to spot migratory birds enjoying nearby Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge; by night, be awed by the Milky Way as Charlestown’s Dark Sky Ordinance preserves dark night starry skies. Enjoy kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing, clamming and oyster farms at your fingertips and easy access to the Atlantic Ocean through the Charlestown Breachway. This personal sanctuary, which embodies everything that is contemporary coastal living, is a rare opportunity to call the most spectacular view in South County home.


Teri Degnanteri@teridegnan.com • (401) 474-9191
Teri Degnan Real Estate & Consulting, LTD.
Photography Credit: George Gray

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