Charming Little Compton home on more than five acres


Enjoy the best of country living with pond frontage, only minutes from nearby beaches with this charming, recently renovated home at 35 Burchard Avenue in Little Compton. Sited on more than five private acres, with an impeccable, state-of-the-art, four-stall barn with ample paddocks, this property is perfect for equestrians. Not interested in horses? Repurpose the barn—you don't need horses to enjoy this pastoral location.

With two bedrooms and two baths, the cozy main house weighs in at just over 1,800 square feet. The minimalist décor and large windows allow the natural hardwood floors and the view outside to take center stage. The living room, with its open floor plan, includes a stone fireplace. A dining room, separate den or study, an eat-in kitchen with blue marble counters, a laundry room, mud room and half bath complete the first floor. Two bedrooms, and a full bath with a giant soaking tub comprise the second floor.

In addition to the stalls and paddocks, the barn contains two offices, a gorgeous tack room, and a large area for bathing and grooming the horses. With abundant natural light, automatic watering basins in each stall, large sliding doors at each end, and views through the woods of the Watson Pond, it's a barn any horse would be fortunate to call home. The five-acre property includes rolling fields, a stand of woods, white fencing and stone walls, and a long winding driveway past its grand stone entrance. The property faces  Sakonnet Vineyards land, directly across the pond.

Offered at: $895,000

Gustave White Sotheby's International Realty

Kathleen Greenman






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