Three waterfront acres on Rumstick Point for $2.1 million


Set back from a quiet road, nestled behind a stone wall and reached by a tree-lined circular driveway, the exceptional home at 14 Stone Tower Lane sits on three acres of waterfront land at the southern end of Barrington’s Rumstick Point, once part of Stone Tower Farm.

Nearly every room admits water views of the Warren River, just before it meets Narragansett Bay. With four bedrooms, an open floor plan, and a marble-tiled entryway, the home is ideal for receiving guests.

Large windows let in plenty of natural light, while a fireplace with a granite surround in the living room, and another in the family room’s breakfast nook, keep things cozy all winter. Built-in cabinetry in the living room, dining room, family room and master suite, as well as a pantry/bar area off of the dining room, provide plenty of storage.

The chef’s kitchen features a French-tiled floor, granite countertops, a center island, stainless appliances, and under counter lighting. The family room, anchored by a large built-in media center, is the perfect place to unwind.

The first-floor master suite includes spacious double closets, as well as a well-appointed bath, complete with granite countertops, double sinks, a whirlpool tub, and an oversized walk-in shower. An additional first-floor room, also with plenty of built-in storage, would make an excellent office, studio, or exercise room. There are four rooms on the second floor, one of which has a private bath, as well as an additional shared bath.

The professionally landscaped grounds feature an oversized patio flanked by two elegant, columned pergolas, overlooking the water. A large pool, built-in grill, and hot tub create the perfect spot to relax and watch sailboats navigate the Warren River.

The property, which is a short drive to the town center, the Barrington Yacht Club, and the Rhode Island Country Club, also includes a rental cottage/studio that was originally the Stone Tower Farm’s chicken coop.

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