Waterfront condo in Bristol has all the views, all the sunsets


This fabulous Bristol condominium, #25 Windmill Point, offers one of the most enviable and expansive views in town — and you don’t have to leave downtown to get it.

Located at the head of stunning, historic Bristol Harbor, the Windmill Point condominiums are ideally sited for the person who wants to live almost in the middle of it all. On Poppasquash Road, just on the other side of the Easy Bay Bike Path, Windmill Point is steps from Bristol’s fabulous restaurants and museums, and moments from leisure and recreational opportunities from sailing to kayaking, biking and hiking, fishing and birdwatching. The 400-plus acres of Colt State Park are all but adjacent to the property.

Facing south over the harbor, Windmill Point enjoys exquisite sunsets as well as bountiful sun early in the day. The anchorage is your backyard, accessible via a shared dock, with boats of all kinds marking the wind direction. The Mill Gut, a tidal pond, is out in front of the property.

Alive with osprey, heron, and egret, the tidal flow between the harbor and pond is a fertile fishing spot, and has even been a good place to find blue crabs in some recent years. The waters are clean, and only getting cleaner, thanks to the excellent stewardship of the local harbor advocacy group.

The unit features two bedrooms, a full bath and a half bath, over three levels. Recent, extensive renovations updated both bathrooms as well as the kitchen, adding granite countertops, new cabinets, and top-quality appliances.

An open floor plan with gleaming hardwood floors and expansive windows and skylights ensures that natural light is never in short supply. In addition to living and dining areas and a master bedroom with the bath en-suite, this unit includes a utility room, attic storage, a one-car garage, and a deck that allows you to soak in all of the sun and clean salt air that you can handle.

Just the facts

  • $625,000
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1.5 bathrooms
  • Hogan Associates
  • Leslie Hogan
  • 401-641-4608
  • leslie@hoganassociatesre.com


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