1 Ohio Road, Little Compton, RI

1 Ohio Road, Little Compton, RI
1 Ohio Road Little Compton, Rhode Island 02837 United States

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Cherry Arnold
100 Exchange Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02903 United States
Judy Chace
100 Exchange Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02903 United States
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Full Baths
Partial Bath
5,001 Sq Ft.
9.23 Acres
Single Family Homes
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Year Built
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Little Compton
School District
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About 1 Ohio Road

Stunning 9-acre oceanfront compound located on the south-western tip of Little Comptons Sakonnet Point. 1 and 5 Ohio Road is made up of two oceanfront parcels, each with a single-family home, surrounded by 20 acres of conservation land, Watch House Pond and Lloyds Beach. Each home is sited to take in the extraordinary 180-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean out to Cuttyhunk and the Elizabeth Islands, Sakonnet Lighthouse, and Aquidneck Island. 1 Ohio Road features a contemporary home designed to take in all of its beautiful surroundings while offering custom luxury finishes and amenities. The homes living room features 18-foot glassed walls, Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors, nested oak doors and paneling, and a granite stone fireplace. The spacious cooks kitchen features Jerusalem Limestone counters and high-end appliances. The master bedroom wing is a private retreat with floor-to ceiling windows that walkout to a protected blue stone patio. The master bath features a steam shower, whirlpool bath, stone counters and teak cabinetry. 5 Ohio Roads barn was converted to a vacation home in 1983, complete with a 55x21 square foot gunite pool. The home features 3 bedrooms and 3 full baths and an open floor plan on the second level, great for entertaining family and friends. The balcony is the perfect place to relax and take in the magnificent views. Paths lead you through the fields to the western side of the property, which includes over 500 feet of beachfront along beautiful Lloyds Beach. A nature lovers paradise, everything from swans, osprey, and Canadian ducks, to snowy owls and seals can be seen around and from the property. A rare offering and an amazing opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind private compound located in one of the most beautiful locations in Southern New England. Buyer pays Little Compton Agricultural Conservancy Tax.


  • Hardwood Flooring

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Over 50 Years Old

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