Family home in Swansea with access to tennis, beach and boating

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This property at 82 Touisset Avenue in Swansea is part of the Touisset neighborhood most often thought of as part of Warren (the state line is on the other side of Touisset Road) but the location is on the same lovely peninsula that makes Warren's Touisset such a sought-after address.

With a long and rich history as a colonial faming community, and Indian land before that, much of Touisset retains that rural feel, yet this property enjoys the best of both words, located in a tight-knit neighborhood with an association that provides access to tennis, boating, and a private beach.

This young home, with four bedrooms and three full baths on over 2,300 square feet of above-ground living space is in pristine condition, full of light and boasting expansive windows that let in both views and sunshine. An updated kitchen features gleaming hardwood floors (which continue throughout the first floor level), blond cabinets,  dramatic countertops and updated appliances.

Outside, a large deck leads to an in-ground swimming pool and hot tub with a view of the water. At well over a half-acre, the lot is spacious in its own right, but a short walk takes you to the neighborhood dock and amenities at  Cole's River Landing.

All this is accessible to route 195 within minutes, making commuting a breeze, and getting home almost as simple and enjoyable as staying there in the first place.

$424,900

RE/MAX River's Edge

Michelle Cartwright

401-663-5677

RiversEdgeRI.com

 

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