0 hope street Bristol, RI 02809

Rare “house-ominium” available in the heart of historic Bristol. Wake up to water views in this exclusive, free-standing Brunsen House condominium located a short stroll away from historic downtown Bristol. This charming property features numerous amenities including unobstructed water views, access to a private dock and private beach, and two assigned off-street parking spaces. Designed by award-winning architect Scott Weymouth of Arris Design and newly constructed by Old Port Homes, Inc. in 2010, this home features energy-efficient 2x6 construction and is well-appointed with elegant, modern amenities throughout. The fully-equipped kitchen overlooks a cozy living room with vaulted ceilings, a gas fireplace, hardwood maple flooring and oversized windows. Also offering generously proportioned bedrooms and full baths on each floor. Situated on Narragansett Bay, just south of Bristol Harbor, this house-ominium offers a private 200 sqft red-brick patio with exquisite views of sunsets overlooking Hog and Prudence Islands. Nestled on vast, well-groomed, private grounds, this is a perfect place to enjoy peace and tranquillity while shops and restaurants await you just steps away. Yankee Magazine recently listed Bristol, often associated with summertime and boating, as one of New England’s 15 prettiest winter villages, making this town a perfect choice for year-round or seasonal living! This property is tucked away on private grounds, so drive-bys are respectfully discouraged.

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Tucked away on a peninsula in beautiful Narragansett Bay, Bristol is a charming seaside town offering a wonderful quality of life at a relaxed pace. Surrounded by 15 miles of shoreline, this area has a reputation for having one of the best coastlines for sailing enthusiasts. Bristol is also known as one of the most patriotic towns in the United States, right down to its red, white, and blue traffic lines down the middle of Main Street. It hosts the annual Bristol Fourth of July Parade, which is the oldest, continuous Fourth of July celebration in the nation. Bristol’s geography, as a peninsula between Narragansett Bay and Mount Hope Bay, makes the climate more moderate than most New England communities; warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

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