10/15/2015 Narragansett home sells for more than $6 million, town's second-highest price ever - Gate House
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Narragansett home sells for more than $6 million, town's second-highest price ever

This stunning beachfront home in Narragansett marks the second highest sale in Narragansett ever. Melanie Delman, President, and Stella Fitzsimmons, Sales Associate, facilitated the sale.
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  • 1. 10/15/2015 Narragansett home sells for more than $6 million, town's second-highest price ever - Gate House http://www.providencejournal.com/article/20151013/NEWS/151019748?template=printart 1/1 Print Page By Christine Dunn 
Journal Staff Writer October 13. 2015 1:18PM Narragansett home sells for more than $6 million, town's second­highest price ever PHOTO/ COURTESY OF LILA DELMAN REAL ESTATE The gated, beachfront home sits on a 1.9­ acre parcel at 131 Boston Neck Road. NARRAGANSETT -- A house near the Dunes Club in Narragansett was sold last week for $6,075,000, which is the second-highest price ever achieved for a Narragansett property, according to Lila Delman Real Estate. The gated, beachfront home sits on a 1.9-acre parcel at 131 Boston Neck Road. Melanie Delman, president of Lila Delman Real Estate, was assisted by associate Stella Fitzsimmons in the sale. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home was sold by Nicole Berg, of Syosset, N.Y., who purchased it in June 2012 for $4,620,000, according to town records. The buyers are Francis Barry III and Daria Becker Barry. Berg had purchased the the house from Alan and Debra Wasserman, who bought the place in 1994 from Arthur Little, the son of the late Textron Inc. founder, Royal Little. The house has been featured twice as a Providence Journal "House of the Week." In 1993, a Journal story identified Royal Little as the one who had the house built in 1941, and it said the house was moved south and up on top of the dunes in 1944 after a hurricane "deposited a significant rock" through the front of the residence. The story also said that the semicircular, beachfront stone terrace, which "looks like a helicopter pad -- and helicopters did land there" was built to protect the house from the ocean. According to data from the Rhode Island Statewide Multiple Listing Service, this marks the second-highest sale in Narragansett history. The only higher sale, which occurred in 2010, was for $6.4 million. http://www.providencejournal.com/article/20151013/NEWS/151019748 Print Page

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