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The Valley Breeze & Observer 10-31-2019

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VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER LIVING EDITION | OCTOBER 30-NOVEMBER 5, 2019 REAL ESTATE 5 New construction on private road for sale in Cumberland CUMBERLAND – This colo- nial, a modern slice of luxury, is newly built and completely private in the Lawrence Estates develop- ment in Grants Mill, part of northern Cumberland. "It's in a neighborhood serviced by a private road, as Rustic Lane is private," Boucher Real Estate agent Duane Boucher said. "There are a lot of woods behind the property and in the front as well. We did the develop- ment with stone walls along the front of Rustic Lane. It has a traditional New England feel." Boucher said that this particular house is the sixth in the development out of a total of seven. He said that it's a beautiful neighborhood. Not only would you live on a private road but you have a long, expansive driveway leading to an oversized, three-car garage. The garage is big enough for three cars plus extras, including a lawn mower and plenty more. There's a utility sink in the garage as well. "The grounds are irrigated, and you have all the conveniences," Boucher said. "It ticks all the boxes. This house was just built, there is an open floor plan, which is becoming very popular with a big kitchen island for big gath- erings. The master has a lavish walk-in shower." From the driveway is a walkway leading to the front entrance. Upon entering you are welcomed into a small foyer with hardwood floors. Boucher said there are hardwood floors throughout, even in the bed- rooms. There is ceramic tile in the bathrooms. There is a half bath located on the main level along with a laundry room. Then there is the open floor concept. Once inside the front door to the left is the dining area while to the right is an office. As you continue deeper into the house you come across the great room and kitchen. A fireplace adorns the great room while the kitchen houses a custom center island. "The kitchen has quartz countertops with a leather finish, not high polished, which is quite functional," Boucher said. "The colors work well together. The cabinetry is all custommade, not boxed." The appliances are stainless steel with upscale finishes. The kitchen even boasts a wine fridge. There is space to sit and eat at the island as well as a separate table. Also off of the kitchen are sliding glass doors leading to a covered patio out back. Going up to the second level there are two full baths and four bedrooms including the master suite. There are a couple of closets in the master as well as a walk-in closet that is modern and different, not just one rod all the way around the room. The walls leading upstairs are a gray color and that color appears in the master. It matches well in the bath- room. There is a his-and-hers sink as well as a massive walk-in shower with glass door and bench. The other full bathroom to accom- modate the other three bedrooms also has a double sink as well as separate commode room. There is a full, unfinished basement. This house could accommodate anyone. Boucher said it's a pretty big house but can fit any person or family from a single person to a family with kids. "It's really a nice, quiet spot, so if you have young kids, they are not on a busy road or have to deal with traf- fic," Boucher said. "It's super quiet and there is space to run around and play." The lot is 1.43 acres and the house offers 2,993 square feet of living space. It was built this year, 2019, and is in a great location. Boucher said that it's in northern Cumberland in the Blue Ribbon school system. From the house, it's easy to jump on 295 or any of the highways. This contemporary colonial is listed by Boucher at $869,900. Showings are by appointment. If interested, reach out to Boucher at 401-529-1663 or Duane@BoucherRealEstate.com. HOME OF THE WEEK 5 Rustic Lane, Cumberland OFFERED BY: Boucher Real Estate Duane Boucher, listing agent MLS Number 1239102 ACROSS 1. Third-party access (abbr.) 4. This (Spanish) 8. Goals 10. Something to do lightly 11. "Great" North Sea Empire legend 12. Iced or chilled drink 13. Weight units 15. Immune system response 16. Groundbreaking German pharma- cologist 17. Milk-supplying companies 18. Enjoyable dis- traction 21. Doctor of Edu- cation 22. Type of subma- chine gun (abbr.) 23. Curved shape 24. Brew 25. The 13th letter of the Hebrew alphabet 26. Advanced degree 27. Shock rocker 34. Enthusiast 35. Quiet's partner 36. Hijacked 37. TV's once needed them 38. Brings together 39. Narrow piece of wood 40. Paths 41. Monetary unit 42. Wings 43. Soviet Socialist Republic DOWN 1. Gear 2. Outer part of a bird's wing 3. Good luck charm 4. Removing from memory 5. Group of seven people 6. Records 7. German river 9. "Last of the Mo- hicans" actress Madeleine 10. Ancient Greek war galley 12. Nonsensical speak 14. Title of respect 15. Cast out 17. Have already done 19. Wood-loving insects 20. Analog con- version system (abbr.) 23. Pokes holes in 24. Waiver of liability (abbr.) 25. Sea cow 26. Protein coding gene 27. Where boats park 28. The top of a jar 29. Fitting 30. German city 31. Martens 32. They're all over the planet 33. One that nests 34. Coming at the end 36. Croatian coastal city Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 6. One owner custom built 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath transition style home w/potential 1st floor in-law. Hardwoods, partially finished walkout basement, sewer, gas. Many new items - roof, hot water tank, sliding doors and many windows. Subject to seller finding suitable housing (they have found a new home!) $729,000 Open House Sunday, November 3rd • 12-2 p.m. 11 Riata Drive, Lincoln, Rhode Island E Q U A L H O U S I N G OPPORTUNITY

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