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    Tiverton – All Around Town

    By Renee Welchman | June 4, 2018

    Tiverton Four Corners, the historic village center of Tiverton, RI, includes several 18th and 19th-century houses. Whether you drive or walk, just enjoy the beautiful scenery as you explore the shops at Four Corners and along Main Road. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, Tiverton Four Corners has become an important center for small... Read More

    Quaint, Stunning, Breathtaking | Little Compton, RI

    By Renee Welchman | May 28, 2018

      If you like quaint towns, stunning coastlines and breathtaking landscapes, come to Little Compton, RI.  This small quiet town offers you an escape to the country with rolling green pastures, gorgeous panoramic water views and structures that date back to the late 1600’s. The town features Rhode Island’s only official “town common” with its... Read More

    Looking for a Home Cooked Meal?

    By Renee Welchman | May 22, 2018

    In Little Compton, RI, every business is family owned; you won’t find fast food or chain restaurants here.  The Commons Lunch located on the town square across the street from the old United Congregational Church has been around for decades and serves home cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner.  You can eat at the counter, a snuggly booth... Read More

    When Should You Buy Your First Property?

    By Renee Welchman | May 21, 2018

    Remember the time you purchased your first car? It’s an exciting feeling. One that can fill you with a sense of pride and accomplishment. The same can be said when purchasing real estate, whether it’s for you or your family or even as an additional source of income. You may be ready for your next... Read More

    Bold Living Room Design Ideas

    By Renee Welchman | May 16, 2018

    One of the most popular rooms in the house is the living room. It’s where you can relax and unwind after a long day of work. Having an inspiring living room design will also improve your home appeal. If you’re looking for modern, bold design ideas, here are a few to consider. Neutral Blues These... Read More

    Turn a Tiny Backyard Into a Gorgeous Patio Area

    By Renee Welchman | May 9, 2018

    There’s nothing like spending the summer relaxing on your outdoor patio enjoying a glass of wine or watching the sunset. Even if you have a tiny backyard, you can still turn it into a gorgeous patio area for you to enjoy! Lighting A little bit of lighting can go a long way to adding some... Read More

    Thames Street | Newport, RI

    By Renee Welchman | May 4, 2018

    Newport, Rhode Island’s Thames Street is the center of Newport’s thriving downtown/waterfront area. Thames Street runs parallel to the harbor, so you’ll have some beautiful views while walking the street. The narrow street is bordered with historic colonials that are lined with local shops and restaurants. As you make your way down Thames Street, besides... Read More

    Why Swansea, MA is a Great Place to Live

    By Renee Welchman | May 1, 2018

    Swansea is a suburban/rural community located in southeastern Massachusetts, bordered by Barrington and Warren, Rhode Island.  Swansea is a great little town with a mix of town life and city shopping. They have their own little town beach, that is accompanied by it’s very own boat ramp and the views at night are amazing. There... Read More

    Coastal Home Improvements

    By Renee Welchman | April 24, 2018

    What’s the best way to improve your coastal home when you’re planning to put up the “for sale” sign on your front lawn? We listed a few of our top picks below. Dream Kitchen  Kitchen makeovers are one of the best ways to improve your home value. In fact, a good kitchen remodel can return... Read More

    Little Compton, RI | Relax and Unwind

    By Renee Welchman | April 20, 2018

    Little Compton is a very small coastal town with a population of 3,490 people and is the 38th largest community in Rhode Island. Little Compton has lots of pre-World War II architecture, making it one of the older and more historic towns in the country. With homes and farms dating back to the 17th and... Read More