Barrington home sells for more than $1 million

Adams Point Road home offers views of the Warren River

Posted 9/16/20

Residential Properties Ltd recently announced the sale of 60 Adams Point in Barrington, which recently sold for $1,097,500.

According to MLS, Residential Properties Ltd has now listed 12 of the 22 …

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Barrington home sells for more than $1 million

Adams Point Road home offers views of the Warren River

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Residential Properties Ltd recently announced the sale of 60 Adams Point in Barrington, which recently sold for $1,097,500.

According to MLS, Residential Properties Ltd has now listed 12 of the 22 Barrington homes to sell for more than $1 million this year.

Known as “Winds Will,” this wood-shingled home represents part of Barrington’s history — it was built on the foundation of the Adams’ home, one of the oldest in town. The colonial sits on about two acres of property and offers views of the Warren River.

The formal living room with a wood-burning fireplace is surrounded by paneling from the original Adams’ home and built-in bookcases. The formal dining room has views of the gardens and patio, and the kitchen was entirely remodeled in 2016 and features an oversized center island. There is a wood stove in the "great room" and a screened patio overlooking the gardens.

The home was listed by sales associate Anna Clancy, a member of RPL’s Barrington office, while the buyers were represented by Team Applegate, who work out of RPL’s Providence office.

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