The Nayatt Point Light has been a guiding beacon on Narragansett Bay since 1828; now, it's your turn to create a landmark on the Barrington coast. Just down the beach from the historic lighthouse, a 1.2-acre waterfront lot awaits an owner seeking their own seaside sanctuary. The stage is set to build: the property is fully cleared and connected to town water, sewers, electric, natural gas, and internet. And with no viewing easements in place, you'll enjoy a free hand in making your vision a reality. More than 207 feet of unobstructed coastal frontage offer sweeping vistas of the Bay, from passing boats and seabirds bobbing in the surf to the shrouded outlines of Prudence and Patience islands, lit at night by another historic lighthouse, Conimicut Light. Facing south, sunrises and sunsets are a daily pleasure. Yet proximity to the sea doesn't require pricey flood insurance: the sloping property rises to 15 feet above sea level, creating an ideal footprint for building, while your private shoreline is protected by a substantial sea wall. Beyond lapping waves, quiet prevails in this neighborhood of refined homes in Rhode Island's most desirable community. Barrington's schools are tops in the state, and your new home will be walking distance to the Rhode Island Country Club, close to yacht clubs and marinas, and an easy commute to Providence and Boston. Ready-to-build coastal property like this is exceedingly rare: don't miss the chance to make it yours.
Listing courtesy of Engel & Volkers East Greenwich. Selling Office: Rhode Island State-Wide MLS.