37 Small Pond Road,
37 Small Pond Road Richmond, Rhode Island 02812 United States

37 Small Pond Road
37 Small Pond Road Richmond, Rhode Island 02812 United States

  • 3
  • 2
    Full Baths
  • 1
    Partial Bath
  • 2,176 Sq Ft.
  • 4.89 Acres
  • 1998
    Year Built
  • 1316692
    Web Id
  • 1316692
    MLS ID
  • Wilbur Hill Estate
  • Chariho Regional
    School District


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About 37 Small Pond Road, Richmond, Rhode Island

Privacy and quiet prevail at this mint condition, custom 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath cape nestled on 4.89 acres. The property allows plenty of room for additional outbuildings like a barn/stable for horses, a pool, a pickle ball court or whatever your heart desires and zoning allows. Inside this tastefully designed home, you'll find hardwood floors, 9ft ceilings, crown molding, LED canister lighting, smooth plaster walls/ceilings, a first-floor primary bedroom suite, a large porch, and a 2-car garage. The bright airy open living area encompasses the living room with electric fireplace, dining area and eat in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, white cabinets and granite counters. The spacious primary bedroom boasts a walk-in closet, tray ceiling, bathroom with soaking whirlpool tub, tiled floor with radiant heat. The 2nd floor has two generously sized bedrooms, a full bathroom, and sitting area. The walkout lower level is plumbed for an additional bathroom and offers an internal expansion area with sliders leading to a patio and the rear yard. Located close to town, restaurants, shopping, numerous golf courses, Amtrak, MBTA, and RI's outstanding beaches. Easy access to 95. A must see!

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Property ID:1316692

MLS ID:1316692

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About : Washington County

Ocean and shoreline are a large part of the area known as South County, with 100 miles of breathtaking coastline—from secluded bays to long, sandy beaches. Located in the southwestern part of Rhode Island and bordering Connecticut, the coastal towns and villages of Washington and Kent Counties have long been attractive to second-home residents seeking relaxation and leisure in outdoor activities integrated within strong permanent communities.
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