95 West Main Street,
95 West Main Street North Kingstown, Rhode Island 02852 United States

95 West Main Street
95 West Main Street North Kingstown, Rhode Island 02852 United States

  • 3
  • 2
    Full Baths
  • 1
    Partial Bath
  • 2,520 Sq Ft.
  • .37 Acres
  • 1805
    Year Built
  • 1320035
    Web Id
  • 1320035
    MLS ID
  • Wickford Village
  • North Kingstown
    School District


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About 95 West Main Street, North Kingstown, Rhode Island

The George Nichols House in Wickford was built in 1805 with the kind of character and craftmanship that is hard to find nowadays, and is almost impossible to replicate. The hardwood floors alone make this home a must see. With so much history already, there are still plenty of memories yet to come. This historic colonial offers over 2,500 sq/ft of living space, wide plank hardwood floors, 3 fireplaces, high ceilings, a one-year old roof, and possible expansion into the attic space. The main level offers the kitchen, pantry, dining room, laundry room, family room, living room, and a half bath. The second level has three bedrooms, a large landing, and two full bathrooms - one en suite and one in between the other two bedrooms. The lot is long and skinny, but with good privacy in the backyard and backs up to Wilson Park - which has courts for basketball &, tennis, baseball fields, and a playground. Wickford is just steps away with it's shops, restaurants, renowned art festival, and several marinas. Don't just take my word for it, Wickford was recently voted the 'Best Historic Small Town in America' by USA Today, so come see for yourself.

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Property ID:1320035

MLS ID:1320035

Listing Courtesy of Lila Delman Compass

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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