16 Woodcock Trail,
16 Woodcock Trail Charlestown, Rhode Island 02813 United States

16 Woodcock Trail
16 Woodcock Trail Charlestown, Rhode Island 02813 United States

  • 3
  • 2
    Full Baths
  • 1
    Partial Bath
  • 2,696 Sq Ft.
  • .98 Acres
  • 1981
    Year Built
  • 1319194
    Web Id
  • 1319194
    MLS ID
  • Sachem Passage
  • Chariho Regional
    School District


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About 16 Woodcock Trail, Charlestown, Rhode Island

This great expanded cape is located on a lovely lot in the Sachem Passage neighborhood. This oversized, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath cape boasts great space with its' open kitchen, eating, living area with fireplace, ground floor bedroom suite with sitting area, den, andlaundry with half bath. Exit from the kitchen into a very large screened porch which opens to a deck. Off of the screened porch is anabove ground pool and an outdoor shower. The upstairs has two bedrooms with closets that then open into the eaves. There is also a center hall bath. The basement hosts the utilities, workbench, plenty of storage and a stairway exit to the exterior. The two-car garage has a walk-up storage area above it. Plenty of driveway space for your family and friends, as well. Short walk or drive to beautiful Watchaug Pond for swimming and boating. As well, a membership in the association allows access to Ninigret Pond. With Charlestown's wonderful beaches just minutes away, and a perfect in-between location to Watch Hill or Newport, this is the perfect spot to call home. Just waiting for you to come and put your own personal stamp on this wonderful place.Subject to Seller finding suitable housing. Home is being sold as-is.

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Property ID:1319194

MLS ID:1319194

Listing Courtesy of Randall REALTORS

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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