Extraordinary Bristol harborfront estate for $3.7 million

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This gracious, brick 1937 Georgian-revival home at 125 Poppasquash Road, set amidst beautifully landscaped grounds, enjoys a spectacular waterfront setting on Bristol Harbor, immediately adjacent to the Bristol Yacht Club and with views spanning all of Bristol's historic waterfront out to the Mt. Hope Bridge,  Hog Island, and beyond.

With six bedrooms and four bathrooms over more than 5,000 square feet, this spacious property is ideal for entertaining, with an expansive, recently renovated chef's kitchen, and large, light-filled living and dining areas. Five fireplaces maintain a cozy ambiance all winter long, and an elevator is an unexpected, added convenience.

The more than five acres of grounds include a one-bedroom guest house and a deepwater dock, at the epicenter of one of the best recreational harbors in the region. The property is just a short walk to Colt State Park and the Coggeshall Farm Museum, and downtown Bristol is a short drive around the harbor.

This unique, ideally located home has been tastefully renovated with an eye towards elegant spaces, with comfort and convenience achieved in every detail.

  • Offered at $3,700,000
  • Gustave White Sotheby's International Realty
  • Kathleen K. Greenman
  • 401/848-6727

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