Beautiful custom home on private waterfront acres in Tiverton


They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and it is certainly true with this exceptionally beautiful property at 563 Puncateest Neck Road in Tiverton. With twelve waterfront acres in an estate set down a long drive in a bucolic setting, privacy is guaranteed. This traditional custom-built home has been constructed with the best materials and the finest craftsmanship. Scenic pastoral and water views from every room as well as an in-house movie theater and wine cellar make this home a perfectly relaxing sanctuary. A clay tennis court, mooring, and three-car garage make it an ideal retreat for an active lifestyle. An on-site two-plus-bedroom guest cottage makes entertaining a pleasure any time of year. The main house's 7000 square feet include 15 rooms, most of which look out to a rolling green lawn that leads all the way down to a private beach.

Though you may not ever want to leave home, when you do, Tiverton is a wonderful rural community with abundant open space and farmland, perfect for walking, hiking, biking, wildlife and birdwatching. "Downtown" Tiverton feels like a classic New England waterfront town straight out of central casting, with some limited services, a handful of restaurants, and only a short drive to other shops and services. A couple of miles from town you'll find the historic Tiverton Four Corners neighborhood, with antique shops, art galleries, and some of the best ice cream to be found, anywhere.  Continue down Sakonnet Point to visit vineyards and farmstands, historic Little Compton and beaches that face the endless horizon of the Atlantic. Truly a dream home.


Gustave White Sotheby's International Realty

Kara Malkovich



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