Home for a family, on the Kickemuit River


This lovely, custom-built home at 94 Kickemuit Avenue in Bristol is less than ten years old and rich with amenities, from the gleaming hardwood floors to the top of the line kitchen appliances to the expansive master bedroom and elegant en suite bath. With four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms over nearly 4,000 square feet and on more than a half-acre, this property is perfect for a growing family. What's more, it's located in the perfect family neighborhood.

Kickemuit Avenue, on the east side of Bristol, is a neighborhood in the most traditional sense of the word, characterized by quiet, traffic-free streets and single-family homes, where kids ride their bikes and play outside until the streetlights come on. Yet despite the quiet, you are less than a moment's drive to route 136 and easy access to shopping, routes 195 and 24, and Providence and Boston beyond.

With a long driveway beyond the stone wall at the entrance, the property  is well set-back from the road, with plenty of space for parking.The home is equipped with both radiant heat and a high-efficiency central air system, for year-round comfort. Vinyl siding ensures that weekends are spent enjoying your property and not maintaining it.

The property enjoys a view of the water, made even better from decks on both the first and second floors. The beautiful Kickemuit River is just a short walk away. Spend your summers swimming, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing and shellfishing—there's a wealth of recreational possibilities to be found right outside your door.


Keller Williams Realty

Chris Woodard




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