A historic Tiverton home that's the whole package

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" alt="238StoneChurch6" src="http://www.eastbayri.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/238StoneChurch6-350x233.jpeg" width="350" height="233" />To the rest of the East Bay, Sakonnet Point has the aura of being geographically "out there," and that is very true for much of this peninsula,  known for its rolling green fields and the unique microclimate created by cool ocean breezes directly off the Atlantic. But you don't have to move all the way to the end of the Point to reap the benefits of living amidst Sakonnet's rural beauty. The Moran House at 238 Stone Church Road in Tiverton  proves that you can enjoy the solitude and beauty of the Point, without ever feeling isolated.

Stone Church Road runs between routes 77 and 81, so no matter which way you turn, you are a short drive to routes 24 and 195, Providence, Newport, and Boston. Of course, this property is so lovely, you will never want to leave.

The Moran House is a beautifully restored home, dating to 1850 and set on 1.7 acres, encircled by fieldstone walls, flowering trees and gardens, which can be enjoyed up close or from the vantage of the home's mahogany porch.

With a gourmet kitchen, five bedrooms and three and a half baths over 3900 square feet, including a separate space that could be used as private guest quarters or a home office, this property has it all. What's more, you are just moments from downtown Tiverton, the shops, galleries and restaurants of historic Tiverton Four Corners, and your choice of Sakonnet River or Atlantic Ocean beaches, a short drive or bike ride away.

$895,000

Prudential Prime Properties

Dina Karousos

401/451-6461

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