691 Q Succotash Road,
691 Q Succotash Road South Kingstown, Rhode Island 02879 United States

691 Q Succotash Road
691 Q Succotash Road South Kingstown, Rhode Island 02879 United States

  • 1
  • 1
    Full Bath
  • 270 Sq Ft.
  • Exterior
  • 2017
    Year Built
  • 1319772
    Web Id
  • 1319772
    MLS ID
  • The Village at Potters Pond
  • South Kingstown
    School District


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About 691 Q Succotash Road, South Kingstown, Rhode Island

TINY HOME, BIG ESCAPE - - WATERFRONT ON POTTERS POND! Contemporary tiny house in the friendly Village on Potters Pond. Light and airy w. cathedral ceilings and large windows for water views and shore breezes. Home features galley kitchen w. stainless appliances/stone countertop, sunny eating area, built-in settee, full bath, primary BR w. waterview, and a separate sleeping loft for guests! Built in 2017, this Escape Traveler XL "tiny house" emphasized eco-conscious construction, with an award-winning design that feels spacious and beautiful. Association boat dock at front, w. low-cost dockage available. Kayak, paddle board, sail or powerboat in the protected waters of Potters Pond. 5 min walk to E. Matunuck State Beach, and a clam shell toss from the Matunuck Oyster Bar and Captain Jacks. Looking to own and possibly rent? Property has an excellent rental history. Sold turn-key with all furnishings and housewares - - all you need to do is pack is your swimsuit. This purchase will include membership in the association LLC, which gives you partial equal ownership of the entire Village land area with water rights. Exciting opportunity to own waterfront property - - this wont last long!

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Property ID:1319772

MLS ID:1319772

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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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