Off the Market: 32 East Bay homes change hands

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With 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and more than 5,000 square feet of living space on an acre of land that includes an in-ground pool and professional landscaping, 307 Rumstick Drive is a true dream home at a cool $1.1 million. Unfortunately, it will remain a dream, as the home is no longer on the market, one of 32 properties around East Bay that changed hands this week.

Here's a listing of all the area property transactions:

Barrington

  • 4 Broadview Drive — $600,000
  • 60 Sowams Road — $305,000
  • 307 Rumstick Road — $1,100,000
  • 15 Edgewood Drive — $402,000
  • 64 Governor Bradford Drive — $615,000
  • 4 Grant St. — $392,000
  • 17 Half Mile Road — $530,000
  • 296 Narragansett Ave. — $250,000

East Providence

  • 1 Garfield Ave. — $264,000
  • 443 Willett Ave. — $150,000
  • 397 Greenwood Ave. — $232,500
  • 328 Roger Williams Ave. — $189,900
  • 174 Schuyler St. — $142,500
  • 37 Brentwood Drive — $124,000
  • 19-21 Brightridge Ave. — $150,000
  • 158 Wilmarth Ave. — $189,000
  • 23 Merritt Road — $205,870
  • 19 Vermont Ave. — $195,500

Portsmouth

  • 498 Park Ave. — $245,000
  • 25 Sisson Pond Road — $335,000
  • 91 Lilac Lane — $520,000

Tiverton

  • 252 Bridle Way — $338,000
  • 21 Blaisdell Ave. — $175,000
  • 80 Sleepy Hollow Road — $299,900
  • 196 Sawdy Pond Ave. — $285,000
  • 67 Grinnell Ave. — $172,000

Westport

  • 14 Pauline St. — $225,000
  • 503 Sanford Road — $191,500
  • 12 Crane Ave. — $258,000
  • 17 Benoit St. — $330,000
  • 1380-A Drift Road — $313,000
  • 12 Crestview Dr #4B — $389,500

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