A dock on the Kickemuit


If you like to be on the water, this four-bedroom (two of which are full master suites), two and a half-bathroom home at 35 Lincoln Avenue in Warren is a dream come true. At over 2300 square feet on a half-acre plus yard with direct Kickemuit river access and a dock, this is a special property—and the kind that doesn't come on the market very often! With an easterly view of the Kickemuit, greet each day with a brilliant sunrise over the water. Enjoy birdwatching with morning coffee from the multi-level decks, an early morning kayak trip, or fishing off the dock.

At this price point, you might expect a waterfront property with a large yard and a dock to sacrifice interior amenities, but nothing could be further from the truth. The home boasts hardwood floors, an updated kitchen with stainless appliances, and is in mint, move-in condition.

Lincoln Avenue is located in Warren's Laurel Park neighborhood, a beach community with an active, nearly 90-year old neighborhood association. The association maintains a private neighborhood beach, boat racks, and a nearby playground.

Located directly off route 136, Lincoln Avenue enjoys easy access to shopping, as well as the restaurants and attractions of downtown Warren and neighboring Bristol and Barrington, and is just minutes to route 195, making for a quick commute to Providence.


Keller Williams Realty East Bay

Christopher Woodard




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