Featured: NEW TO THE MARKET PROVIDENCE, RI

160 Sharon St, Providence, RI

$ Click for current price
3 BEDROOMS | 1517 SQUARE FEET

Spacious 3 bed Single Family home for sale in desirable Elmhurst. Tons of character great location two car garage and hardwoods throughout. Does need a little work but well worth the effort.

 

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Featured Providence, RI New To The Market Multi-Family

 

This week Featured Multi Family, Providence RI  Silver lake area

218 Progress Avenue, Providence, RI

JUST LISTED


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218 Progress Avenue Providence, RI 02909


Bedrooms: 6 | Bathrooms: 2 full | List Price: $ Get Current Price | 2900 square feet

take advantage of this beautiful, huge brand new construction, top of the line materials used, open floor plan, huge kitchen, granite counter tops, granite breakfast area that seats up to 5 people, cherry wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, 14 1/2 x 12 master bedroom with 2 closets, 13 x 12 bedrooms, crown moldings, composite decks, architectural shingles etc. parks 8 cars and more. won’t last!
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Providence, RI Luxury Featured Home For Sale 

Restored 1900’s Colonial. Quality! 

5 beds · 5 baths · 5,182 sqft

 FOR SALE

$1,675,000

Zillow predicts Blackstone home values will increase 3.9% next year, compared to a 3.8% rise for Providence as a whole. Among Blackstone homes, this home is 211.3% more expensive than the midpoint (median) home, and is priced 28.7% more per square foot

FACTS

  • Baths: 3 full, 2 half
  • Lot: 10,123 sqft
  • Single Family
  • Built in 1900Is this not a Beautiful view?

    Piano Room with window view!  Is this a great decor idea or not? 

    My favorite part of this home is the kitchen 

    What your favorite picture?

For private tour please contact 401 660 9752 or buywithfabi@gmail.com

Listing Provided by

Debbie Gold, Coldwell Banker Res. Brok., (401) 247-0202, Source: NRT 

Featured Providence, RI Luxury Home

This home is located on the East Side of Providence, Rhode Island.. Build in 1894 Features 7 Bedrooms 6 bathrooms.  Take note of the architecture, absolutely gorgeous Victorian design 

Zillow predicts Blackstone home values will increase 3.9% next year, compared to a 3.8% increase for Providence as a whole. Among Blackstone homes, this home is 267% more expensive than the midpoint (median) home, and is priced 31.1% more per square foot.

FOR SALE 1,975,000

Mls 1133028

This historic East Side home, circa 1894, was once the sole structure on this block of beautiful Blackstone Boulevard.

6,000 sqft Living Space 

  • Baths: 4 full, 2 half
  • Lot: 10,018 sqft
  • Single Family
  • Built in 1894

Listing Provided by

Judy Chace

For more information or to schedule private tour.  Fabiola Brunache  401 660 9752

Attraction To different Circles of Society market

Attraction To different Circles of Society

Brown University, a private Ivy League school founded in 1764, is often considered the jewel of the institutions, but the city is also home to one of the country’s best design schools, Rhode Island School of Design, and a major culinary school at Johnson & Wales University. Providence College, a private Roman Catholic university, is about two miles northwest of downtown. This eclectic collegiate mix gives the city a youthful and bohemian atmosphere, says Justin Madoff, a native of Providence and an estate agent at Badger Realty. “Providence is a relatively affordable city, and that is attractive to many of the young people who live and work here,” he says. “They drive this city’s atmosphere and economy but also its real estate market.”


The median price of a home in Providence reached $168,000 in May, according to national real estate brokerage Redfin. While that is down 1 percent from May 2015, it is a rise of 23 per cent from May 2014, says Redfin.

Providence’s property market is divided in two. The East Side, hometown to Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design, is seen as a traditional market where some of the most expensive homes can be found. The area has several lively, walkable neighborhoods and blocks of trendy shops, restaurants, and cultural institutions, including Trinity Repertory Company and Providence Performing Arts Center, both city landmarks. On Cooke Street, one of the oldest streets in New England, a nine-bedroom, six bathroom home is being marketed by Residential Properties for $2.95m. Built in 1902, the 7,700 sq ft, Colonial Revival house was renovated in 2008.

The state’s most expensive properties are found on the coast, in towns such as Jamestown and Westerly, which are within an hour’s drive of Providence


Its healthy collegiate population has made Providence a strong rental market, says Peter Scotti, owner, and broker at Peter M Scotti & Associates. He says rental rates on the East Side range from about $750 to $900 per bedroom.

 

According to RealtyTrac, the Providence real estate marketplace has roughly 538 homes for sale. That number represents a 59 percent jump from the completion of 2016. However, there are an extra 745 homes that are in some stage of the foreclosure process – be it failure to pay, public sale or bank retained. As recently as the first month of this year, the figure of properties that received a foreclosure filing in Providence was 23 percent lesser than the end of 2014. Perhaps more importantly, today’s amount of foreclosure is actually 3 percent higher than this time last year. The average worth of a foreclosed home plunged almost 20 percent in the last year, making the foreclosure discount about $49,000 (34.8%), compared to non-distressed properties. Buyers, and particularly investors, will find the foreclosures in Providence a welcome sight.