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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 04-18-2019

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

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8 REAL ESTATE / CELEBRATIONS APRIL 18-24, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE LIVING EDITION Updated North End home is in move-in condition WOONSOCKET – This colonial was originally built in 1900 but has been substantially updated over the years and is right in the middle of the North End of Woonsocket. "What is great is that this home is located in the heart of the North End," Boucher Real Estate listing agent, Duane Boucher, said. "It has a grand, stately facade while being comfortable to live in." The house includes a detached three-car garage and a sizable drive- way. The main entrance, with its two columns and brick steps, leads to the antechamber and into the house with hardwood floors and stairs leading to the upper levels. To the left of the entrance is a front to back living room and to the right is the formal dining room. The hardwood floors continue into the living room which also features a fireplace. There is a den area off of the living room. The kitchen is remodeled, also with hardwood floors, and includes a dining area with sliders to the backyard. There is also a full bathroom on this level. In all, there are three floors, four bedrooms, three full baths and a half bath. The laundry hookup is in the basement. All four bedrooms are located on the sec- ond floor and feature hardwood floors. The master bedroom is large and includes an en-suite bathroom. "There is a walk-up attic finished like a rec room with a half bath as well," Boucher said. Another fun qual- ity of the house is the inground pool out back. The sliders from the kitchen open onto a cement patio with room for a table, lounge chairs and a grill. There is some semblance of a yard with grass, but for the most part the back- yard is the pool, and it is surrounded by shrub- bery for privacy. "This house is brand new to the market and has tremendous value," Boucher said. "You couldn't construct at home today at this price. It's a sizable home with substantial updates including the wiring, the plumbing, new windows and the kitchen." The house boasts nine rooms and offers 3,329 square feet of living space. The lot size is .32 acres. It is listed at $419,900 by Boucher Real Estate. Showings are by appointment only. Call Boucher at 401-766-2200. HOME OF THE WEEK 55 Glen Road, Woonsocket OFFERED BY: Boucher Real Estate Duane Boucher, listing agent MLS Number 1219340 CUMBERLAND – Garrett and Coleen (White) Sawaia announce the birth of a son, COREY JAMES SAWAIA, on Feb. 1, at Landmark Medical Center. Corey weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. He is the grand- son of Michell and Richard White of Attleboro, Mass., and Debra and Peter Sawaia of Cumberland. LINCOLN – Keri A. (Howell) and Andrew D. Cabral announce the birth of a daughter, TAYLOR MARIE CABRAL, on March 27, at Landmark Medical Center. Taylor weighed 8 pounds. She is the granddaughter of Robin Howell of Cumberland, and Margaret Weigner and Victor Cabral of Lincoln. She is the little sister of Benjamin C. Cabral. WOONSOCKET – Katherine Martiniez and Olmedo Rosario announce the birth of a son, SEREMY SEBASTIAN ROSARIO, on Jan. 9, at Landmark Medical Center. Seremy weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces. He is the grandson of Anita Jimenez and Mario Rosario, and Georgina Martinez and Andres Adamis. WOONSOCKET – Elaine J. Bounharsa and Kenneth McClain announce the birth of a son, KAYDEN MICHAEL MCCLAIN, on Jan. 17, at Landmark Medical Center. Kayden weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. He is the grandson of Elaine P. Bounharsa of Woonsocket, and Hope Johnston of Providence. He is the little brother of Alisa Andrews, Anna-Lee Andrews and Kinzel McClain. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS ACROSS 1. A way to wound 5. Hormone secreted by the pituitary gland (abbr.)8. Shows the world 11. Decided 13. Indigenous person of NE Thailand 14. Dough made from corn flour 15. Honors 16. Political com- mentator Coulter 17. Expresses plea- sure 18. Heavy clubs 20. Defunct phone company 21. Algonquian language 22. Salts 25. Act of the bank 30. Danced 31. Drummer Wein- berg 32. Small goose 33. Helps evade 38. Certified public accountant 41. Periods of time 43. Kids' book char- acter 45. Type of beer 47. Ancient kingdom near Dead Sea 49. A way to attack 50. Talk radio per- sonality Margery 55. Whale ship captain 56. Request 57. Large under- ground railstation in Paris 59. BBQ dish 60. No (Scottish) 61. Jewish spiritual leader 62. Tool used to harvest agave 63. Explosive 64. A reward (ar- chaic) DOWN 1. One thousand cubic feet (abbr.) 2. Polite interruption sound 3. Extremely small amount 4. Very short period of time (abbr.) 5. Fires have them 6. Sacred place 7. Island capital 8. Volcanic craters 9. Arthur __, Wimble- don champion 10. Bullfighting maneuver 12. Midway between east and south- east 14. A ceremonial staff 19. Cheap prices 23. North Atlantic fish 24. Oil company 25. A federally chartered savings bank 26. Paddle 27. Where UK sol- diers train 28. One point north of due east 29. Attention-getting 34. Ballplayer's tool 35. Sun up in New York 36. Where golfers begin 37. Soviet Socialist Republic 39. Represented as walking (animal) 40. Craftsman 41. Unit of force (abbr.) 42. Dueling sword 44. Houston hoopster 45. Stone building at Mecca 46. __ and flows 47. "Beastmaster" actor Singer 48. American state 51. Swiss river 52. U.S. island ter- ritory 53. German physicist 54. One point east of northeast 58. Get free of Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 10. This year's presentation is scheduled for Friday, April 19th from noon to 3:00 p.m. Three hours of sacred music for inspiration and meditation. The program will be hosted by Noel Pincince and Roger Bouchard This is our 26th year of presenting this radio broadcast. 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