Just Listed at $270,000! 160 Main Street, Ashaway, RI
Own a piece of history. This classic 1843 post and beam cape offers all the features you would expect. Built-ins in the dining room, a window seat in the kitchen, original wood floors, french doors into the living room, stone fireplace and a half bath behind a hidden door. The master bedroom is huge and boasts a walk-in closet with built-in storage. The kitchen is spacious with ample counter & cabinet space & a counter for casual dining. There is a two car garage, with an addition storage/workshop area and a loft, as well as a shed. The home has been well maintained, with young heating system and septic, and the well was recently re-pointed. Purchase this home with confidence, the owner is including a one year warranty!
- 3 Beds
- One and a Half Baths
- 1850 Square feet
- Partial basement, interior and exterior access
- Oil heat, steam
What the homeowner loves about the home: Recreational park, elementary school, churches, fire station, post office, coffee shop, and small restaurants. While working in the garden, one hears the church bells ringing, children laughing as they ride by on their bikes, and friends saying “Hi” as they walk past on their daily walks. They would often visit as we sat on the front porch drinking our morning coffee. The kids learned how to ride their bikes on this short, dead-end street and we strolled down the lane every day with the baby stroller. The Ashaway holiday stroll and it’s community house tours was always an annual event that was enjoyed by all.
History: 160 Main Street in Ashaway is a home with a rich history. It was originally built in 1843 for the Honorable Frank Hill, the first president of the Ashaway National Bank. Recently, it has been featured in the South County Times and used in print advertisements for Washington Trust.
Schedule a private tour of this beautiful home. You won’t be disappointed!!
160 Main Street