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Warwick, R.I — This week’s homes of the week are two properties on Shawomet Avenue, one of Warwick’s classic waterfront streets in Conimicut Point, on the odd-number, non-waterfront side, with spectacular views for under $220,000.
A short walk from beautiful Conimicut Point Park, both 135 Shawomet and 117 Shawomet are listed by Keller Williams Realty, but with different opportunities for buyers who are seeking the same water amenities.
117 Shawomet Ave.
At 117 Shawomet, listed for $189,900 you have a three-bed, 1-bath raised ranch built in 1973 needs work, predominantly cosmetic but is well under market value for the area and a sweet option for a handy person or just a buyer who wants to re-do things “their way”. The property also features a bonus room and walk out lower level.
Its a winner for the buyer who wants sweat equity and views to die for.
135 Shawomet Ave.
At 135 Shawomet Avenue, you’ve got a nicely maintained four-bed, 2-bath 1925 built A-frame with modern updates and touches like granite counter tops and stainless appliances. Listed for $219,900,the property offers a complete package for a buyer who loves an old house and a walk to the best public beach in Warwick. The property also features hardwoods throughout and a great Romeo and Juliet Balcony on the second floor for taking in the sunsets.
Conimicut Point is an area sandwiched in between Warwick Neck and Hoxsie Four Corners off West Shore Road. There is a small commercial district with establishments like House Call Barber Salon (where this author gets a cut and a lineup once per month), Papi’s Tacos and Casey’s Boxing Gym and several other businesses and on the east side of West Shore Road, most of the plats behind the commercial are affordable homes with water amenities and views. Much like so many other neighborhoods in Warwick, getting the same kinds of amenities in most of Washington County would cost significantly more so Conimicut really is still to this day, a well kept secret.
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