Sakonnet Point retreat with a delightful guest house

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Sakonnet Point, known for its rolling green fields and a unique viniculture-friendly microclimate created by cool ocean breezes directly off the Atlantic, is almost as far from the bustle of the rest of the East Bay as it seems. Yet its rural beauty and front-row seat on the vast ocean makes it well worth the trip.

This truly charming and eclectic property at 44 Sakonnet Point Road in Little Compton features a main house with two bedrooms and two baths and a guest house with a bedroom and bath on over a little more than 1700 square feet and a just-over-one-acre piece of bucolic Little Compton real estate.

Dating to 1900, with a beautiful marble floor, its two wine cellars and stone patios make for elegant—and private—summertime entertaining. The home also enjoys both central air conditioning and a house generator, guaranteeing comfort in any climate.

With both the Sakonnet River and Atlantic beaches just moments away, you are never far from a refreshing swim, a walk in the sand, and variety of recreational activities. Farm stands abound, and the shops, galleries and restaurants of historic Tiverton Four Corners are just a short drive up the road. If you absolutely have to leave Sakonnet Point, it's a quick drive to route 24 and 195 beyond—but why would you?

$1,295,000

Gustave White Sotheby's International Realty

Jose Aguon

401/849-3000

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