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Grand Victorian includes equestrian center

Grand Victorian includes equestrian center

Overlooking a state-of-the-art equestrian facility, this Victorian estate set back off Bulgarmarsh Road offers luxury living for horse lovers in Tiverton. The home is a dream come true for horse enthusiasts. The equestrian center includes a 21-stall heated barn with an indoor and outdoor clay/sand ring. The 9.73-acre property contains five large and six individual

42 High St., Bristol

Open houses planned around East Bay

The following open houses are planned throughout the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 10 Edwin St. — Sunday, March 15, 12-2 p.m. Cottage, 3, 3, $325,000. Friedman Real Estate Group, 401-864-0269. 1 Valentine Drive — Sunday, March 15, 1-3 p.m. Cplit-level, 4, 1.5, $389,000. Residential Properties, Anna Clancy, 401-245-9600. Bristol 221 Hopt St. #13 —

2 Bayview Ave., Portsmouth

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following properties in towns around the East Bay have changed hands in recent weeks: Barrington 11 Surrey Road — $675,000 2 Deep Meadow Road — $730,000 6 Knapton St. — $275,000 East Providence 201 Wilson Ave. — $319,900 75 Boyden Blvd. — $228,000 122-124 Walnut St. — $136,000 128 Centre St. — $295,000 239

Planning board Vice-Chairman Stu Hardy (left), Chairman Steve Hughes, and administrative officer Kate Michaud, and others of the committee, presided at a December meeting about Tiverton Glen. Photo by Tom Killin Dalglish

Without lawyer, Tiverton planning board postpones meeting

TIVERTON — The town council Monday night voted 4-3 to tell the Tiverton Planning Board that it would not have legal counsel for a public hearing Tuesday night on the Tiverton Glen project. The council’s vote included a recommendation that the planning board postpone its hearing to a later date. Reacting to the council’s action,

130 Carriage Drive, Portsmouth

Open houses planned in East Bay

The following open houses are planned around the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 7 Surrey Road — Saturday, March 7, 12-1:30 p.m. Cape 3, 2, $499,900. Residential Properties, Joan Warren, 401-245-9600. 6 Jenny’s Lane — Sunday, March 8, 12-1:30 p.m. Colonial 3, 2.5, $659,000. Residential Properties, Elizabeth Kirk, 401-245-9600. Bristol 98 Narrows Road — Sunday, March

3 Collins Court, Barrington

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following properties have changed hands around the East Bay in recent weeks: Barrington 3 Collins Court — $632,500 38 3rd St. — $439,500 24 Brown Ave. — $263,000 8 Tiffany Circle — $257,000 266 New Meadow Road — $199,999 Bristol 27 Varnum Ave. — $153,500 6 Washington St. — $399,500 756 Hope St. —

Bristol Town Council members Halsey Herreshoff, left, Edward Stuart, Nathan Calouro and Mary Parella voted last year to throw out a flawed property tax revaluation.

Bristol reval due this month; some big swings expected

The town and a private accounting firm are wrapping up their review of the Bristol property revaluation and preparing to send homeowners their new valuations later this month. While the review was prompted by wild swings in property values during the original revaluation last year — with some properties increasing or decreasing in value by

Attorney Kenneth McGunagle and Planner Ashley Hahn (foreground) spoke against Tiverton Glen on behalf of community opposition at planning board hearing. Photo by Tom Killin Dalglish

Board delays vote on Tiverton Glen; hearings to continue

TIVERTON — A vote was anticipated, but it never happened. Last week, after a marathon nearly three-hour hearing on Tuesday, Feb. 24, the Tiverton Planning Board postponed until at least March 10, any further consideration of amendments to the town’s Comprehensive Community Plan (the “Comp Plan”). The amendments have been widely considered to be necessary

Are two revisions to Comp Plan at loggerheads

Two separate groups may be working at cross purposes when it comes to revising Tiverton’s Comprehensive Plan. One group, with the more comprehensive mandate, is the 13-member Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee (CPAC). They are appointed by the Town Council, and serve either ex-officio or by direct appointment. Its charge is to revise the 171-page Comprehensive