Barrington home overlooking the beach sells for $4.75 million

Fessenden Road home features 10-foot ceilings and a gym

Posted 3/2/22

Residential Properties Ltd. recently announced the sale of a Fessenden Road for $4.75 million. 

This new waterfront construction sits on more than two acres of land along Barrington Beach. It …

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Barrington home overlooking the beach sells for $4.75 million

Fessenden Road home features 10-foot ceilings and a gym

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Residential Properties Ltd. recently announced the sale of a Fessenden Road for $4.75 million. 

This new waterfront construction sits on more than two acres of land along Barrington Beach. It features 10-foot ceilings with expansive, custom windows. Its open floor plan includes a great room with a fireplace, and the adjacent kitchen offers custom cabinetry, quartz counters, and a custom ash island. The first floor also has a private office, family room, custom mudroom, powder room, an additional full bath, and a secondary laundry.

Upstairs is a primary suite, an additional guest ensuite bedroom, three more bedrooms, and a full laundry room. The lower level offers a gym, sport court playroom, and an additional area wired for speakers, TV, and an in-home theater. 

Residential Properties Ltd. Sales Associate Elizabeth Kirk and Sales Associate Lisa Schryver of the Kirk | Schryver Team represented the seller and RPL Sales Associate Kevin Fox represented the buyer in this transaction. 

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