44 BAY ST, Unit#B109,
44 BAY ST, Unit#B109 Westerly, Rhode Island 02891 United States

44 BAY ST, Unit#B109
44 BAY ST, Unit#B109 Westerly, Rhode Island 02891 United States

  • 1
  • 1
    Full Bath
  • 504 Sq Ft.
  • .9871 Acres
  • 2006
    Year Built
  • 1317524
    Web Id
  • 1317524
    MLS ID
  • Watch Hill
  • Westerly
    School District

About 44 BAY ST, Unit#B109, Westerly, Rhode Island

Watch Hill Inn Villa Residence Unit B109 is a one bedroom, one full bath, residence is perfectly located in the center of Watch Hill Village, an historic Rhode Island Town at the intersection of Little Narragansett Bay, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Long Island Sound. The residence features a 15 wide deck with garden and limited water views.Fully furnished and approved for the Ocean House Management Rental Program this unique 628asf unit (including one half the deck area) comes with one gas burning fireplace, a 15 wide living room with a pullout Queen sofa bed natural bamboo wood floors, marble bathroom countertops, Koehler bath fixtures, king size master bed, complete kitchen galley, and on (1) assigned covered parking space. Accommodates: 3-4 persons.Owners participating in the Rental Program share in rental income and while in occupancy have access and use of the Amenities offered at the two other Relais & Cheauteax Properties, the Ocean House Resort Hotel and Weekapaug Inn two Rhode Island Historic Landmarks. Amenities include: access to the OH private Atlantic Ocean Beach, OH Spa, gym, croquette court, intra-property transportation, daily housekeeping, concierge service, gourmet restaurants, OH marine fleet and much more. This gated community is monitored with year-round security surveillance.

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Property ID:1317524

MLS ID:1317524


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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