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The Valley Breeze & Observer 10-18-2018

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VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER LIVING EDITION | OCTOBER 17-23, 2018 REAL ESTATE 9 Renovated colonial for sale in Old Smithfield Village SMITHFIELD – This colonial, located in Old Smithfield Village, has been completely renovated and sits on a beautiful piece of land in a quiet neighborhood. "The yard is really pretty and completely fenced in," Barbara Scanlon, the listing agent, said. "There is also a deck and patio. It's a beautiful house." The house sits on 0.29 acres. The owners had dogs so the fenced-in yard was a must. The back sliders, from the dining room, open up onto a deck that is connected to a patio, perfect for outdoor dining. Right below the deck is a flower garden, kept neat and separate from the manicured lawn. The backyard is private and offers a nice place to lounge or entertain by the fire. Inside, everything has been updat- ed. The kitchen has quartz counter- tops, updated cabinets, new appli- ances, fixtures and refinished floors. The kitchen opens into a formal dining room. The floors have been refinished throughout the house. The house also has a new heating system. Scanlon said that the kitchen, din- ing room, living room, family room, and bathroom with laundry are all located on the first floor. The second floor has a full, updated bathroom with tub and shower. "The bathrooms are really beauti- ful," Scanlon said. The dining room and living room have hardwood floors and the liv- ing room also has a brick fireplace. The large window in the living room adds natural light. In all, this colonial has three beds and two baths and a full basement. All bedrooms have hardwood floors. The house was built in 1965. The interior has all been freshly painted, Scanlon said. The house is well- situated, just minutes from shopping in The Crossing at Smithfield and near schools. It is also a short walk from Deerfield Park and the athletic fields. The home offers 1,768 square feet of living space and is listed at $374,900 by Barbara Scanlon of Re/ Max. It is shown by appointment. You can reach Barbara by phone at (401) 949-1689 or email her at barbara@barbarascanlon.com HOME OF THE WEEK 30 Cider Lane, Smithfield OFFERED BY: Re/Max Town & Country Barbara Scanlon, listing agent MLS Number 1204404 Kelly to lead state Realtors Commercial, Appraisal Board PROVIDENCE – Susan Kelly, chief appraiser and broker owner of Fenix Real Estate & Appraisal Solutions in Lincoln, was installed as the 25th president of the Rhode Island Commercial and Appraisal Board of Realtors on Oct. 3. A Lincoln resident and past presi- dent of the Cumberland-Lincoln Rotary Club, she is currently the Board's treasurer/corporate sec- retary and has been a director since 2012. She chairs the board's Finance Committee and previously served on its RPAC Committee and Appraisal Task Force. Also installed as director was Michael Lefrancois of Regal Consulting Group, Lincoln. Kelly was additionally honored as the Board's 2018 Realtor of the Year and the Board presented $3,750 as a charitable donation to The Village for R.I. Foster & Adoptive Families, a non-profit organization dedicated to con- tributing to the development and maintenance of a robust network of healthy, committed, and well- trained resource families for chil- dren in R.I. needing out-of-home- care. KELLY Habitat for Humanity fundraiser set for Oct. 19 PAWTUCKET – Habitat for Humanity West Bay and Northern R.I. Inc. will hold a night of net- working and beer tasting at The Guild, 461 Main St., on Friday, Oct. 19. Registration starts at 5:30 p.m.; tours will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The event will feature food trucks, corn hole, adult Jenga and raffles. The event is pet friendly. Tickets are $40 at the door. Sponsor tables are $150 through EventBrite or on the Habitat for Humanity of West Bay & Northern RI Facebook page. Ticket includes 1 pint of beer or 1 flight of three samplings, and a tour of the facil- ity. For more information, visit habi- tatriwestbay.org or email Amy@ habitatriwestbay.org. ENTERTAINMENT BRIEF

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