Home on Rumstick Road will be almost 12,000 square feet

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Work is underway on a new 11,794 square foot home on Rumstick Road. Robert Kreft filed a building permit in early February to construct the new home at 306 Rumstick.

The new two-story home, which replaces a 4,268 square foot home that had been located on the property, will include five bedrooms, six full bathrooms and three half-baths.

Meridian Custom Homes is constructing the home for an estimated cost of $1,175,000. Mr. Kreft purchased the property in Sept. 2012 for $1,750,000. It had been assessed at $2,093,700.

The property runs east from Rumstick Road to the mouth of the Warren River.

Anoka Associates, a company owned by resident Alfred Almeida, is constructing a new home at 50 Ferry Lane in town. The construction will cost approximately $205,990 for a new two-story colonial with a two-car garage.

Mr. Almeida’s company purchased the property in Nov. 2012 for $275,000. Assessed at $370,500, the old home had three bedrooms and one bath, while the new structure will have four bedrooms, and two and a half baths.

Other building permits:

• 109 Roffee St.: $4,000 garden shed

• 27 Anchorage Way: $44,000 kitchen remodel

• 56 Bourne Lane: $215,000 garage addition, new deck and renovate interior

• 7 Richard St.: $1,000 demolish house

• 8 Grassy Plain Road: $4,400 reshingle roof

• 17 Barron Road: $50,000 second floor addition

• 375 Rumstick Point Road: $43,000 new dormer and windows

• 2 Collins Court: $20,000 renovate kitchen and remove load-bearing wall

• 2 County Road: $4,000 replace shingles

• 16 Brown Ave.: $16,000

• 10 Lamson Road: $2,000

• 13 Bullock Ave.: $350 infill half-wall, drywall and paint

• 116 Nayatt Road: $5,000 addition over screened porch

• 20 Highview Road: $2,500 remove components on second floor as needed

• 6 Stone Tower Lane: $115,000 new second floor

• 6 Beaver Road: $10,000 kitchen replacement

• 6 Wright Place: $14,000 strip and reroof shingles, install entry door

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