Quiet, secluded and close to everything in Bristol

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Church Cove Road, together with the body of water for which it is named, is nestled between bay and town in the perfect marriage of quiet convenience and peaceful seclusion.

The Cape-style home at 4 Church Cove Road has been meticulously maintained, from the granite and cherry kitchen to the well-appointed master suite to the formal living room. With more than 3,500 square feet of living space encompassing four bedrooms and three bathrooms, family and media rooms and a bonus room that could serve as a fifth bedroom, there’s plenty of space for a growing family.

A recent, comprehensive renovation included new windows, insulation, plumbing, and electricity, as well as central air conditioning, a lawn sprinkler system, and a generator.

Outside, mature landscaping, trees and perennials create a park-like backdrop for the large fenced and heated pool, and adjacent cabana. Turkey and deer pass by from time to time, and nearby Mount Hope Farm provides abundant access to open space.

By land, Church Cove Road is less than a mile from downtown Bristol, steps to Blithewold and Roger Williams University, and moments from the Mt. Hope Bridge and access to Aquidneck Island and southeastern Massachusetts.

By sea, Church Cove is nestled into Mt. Hope Bay’s southwest shoreline. From here, there’s easy access to Touisset Point, Battleship Cove, and the Kickemuit River. Boaters looking to go further afield have their choice of accessing the Atlantic via the Sakonnet River, passing between the Portsmouth and Tiverton/Little Compton shorelines, or by heading due south, between Aquidneck Island and Prudence, then Conanicut islands.

With private dock and water access, 4 Church Cove Road is a perfect spot for kayakers, sailors, swimmers, fishermen … anyone who appreciates life on the bay.

Just the facts

  • $695,000
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Lila Delman Real Estate
  • Alyce A. Wright

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