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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 11-07-2019

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VALLEY BREEZE LIVING EDITION | NOVEMBER 7-13, 2019 REAL ESTATE / ENTERTAINMENT 9 The great room has another stone fire- place. The kitchen, full of dark mahog- any, also has granite counters and an island. There is plenty of space to eat at the island or in the dining room. Through the main living area there are the bedrooms with the master suite. The master bath has both tub and shower. Then there are two other bedrooms and full bath. The rest of the main level is the in- law apartment. Jacob said the in-law is private, on the same level as the rest of the house and has its own private entrance. The open concept continues here as well. The tour continues with a fully fin- ished walkout lower level. Jacob said this house could be listed as four plus bedrooms as the lower level can host another bedroom. The lower level opens up onto a concrete patio that sits beneath the wrap-around deck. "It's quite the house," Jacob said. This executive ranch offers 6,207 square feet of living space and is listed at $1,200,000. It is shown by appoint- ment only. If interested contact Jacob at 401-529-0831 or margejacob1@cox. net. From preceding page "entertainment value." He can come out of his room to attend school, church, family meals, do chores, and accompany one or both of you when you leave the home. During his confinement, put him to bed, lights out, immediately after din- ner. The purpose is to establish a permanent memory, one that will cause him to think at least twice the next time he wants something that belongs to someone else. If my experience serves me well, he will spill the beans within a week. If he's more than typically stub- born, it might be two. Regardless, this experience will give him a new appreciation for the property rights of others. (And contrary to what a therapist might tell you, confining a child this age to a nice but boring room will not leave psychological scars. During the time your son is so confined, he will still lead a better life than at least 50 percent of the world's children.) When he admits and apologizes, put the matter to rest. Let him out of his room, restore it to its former glory, and move on. Family psychologist John Rosemond:, PARENTING From Page One Hearthside will be featured on R.I. PBS special LINCOLN – The Hearthside House has been selected as one of the sites to be featured in "Treasures Inside the Museum," a seven-part series on Rhode Island PBS that began airing on Oct. 4. Hearthside was one of more than a dozen museums throughout southern New England selected for the program, which delves into the museum's collections and showcas- ing pieces that often remain hidden away. The 30-minute episode airs at 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8. Along with Hearthside and the other sites at the Great Road Heritage Campus, the show will also feature the Babcock Smith House in Westerly. The show will encore the following Saturday at noon and 11 p.m., and Sunday at 7 p.m. Visit Instrument donations sought PROVIDENCE – The Instruments for Children Program of the Rhode Island Rhythm & Blues Preservation Society is seeking donations of used or new musical instruments for children who express an interest in their school music programs, and would not be able to participate without help. The group is currently seeking instruments such as flutes, trumpets, saxophones, trombones, clarinets, string instruments (violins, cellos, bass guitars), electronic keyboards, begin- ner drums, etc. The organization fully restores the donated instruments before they reach the schools. To donate or for additional informa- tion, contact Tom Colantonio, pro- gram coordinator, at 401-793-1281 or; or Cleveland Kurtz, president, at 401-461-0012 or 475 Whipple Road, Burrillville, RI 02859 $399,999 Amazing property on 5 acres, this tastefully modernized Colonial offers 2-3 spacious bedrooms, updated kitchen, original and updated wood floors, exposed beams and more. Two separate barns with multiple stalls for however you want to use it. Wow! Desiree Court, Smithfield, RI 02917 $374,900-419,900 Next phase is starting to be built at Stillwater Cove. Flawless craftsmanship on this waterfront community. High end finishes, spacious floor plans, don't miss your opportunity to get in before they're all gone! Spring Hill Drive, Uxbridge, MA 01569 $399,999– 419,999 Welcome to Forest Glen – the new 55+ community with model units ready to tour. One level living ranging from 1,566 – 1,880 sf all with 2 beds, 2 baths. Hardwoods, recessed lighting, many options and upgrades available to choose from. 53 Stern Street, Jamestown, RI 02835 $350,000 Year round New England charmer is super cute and features cathedral ceilings with skylights, 2 full bathrooms, plenty of storage, balcony, deck, great yard space. Close to all local beaches and convenient to all. 7 Dorene Drive, North Smithfield, RI 02896 $499,000 Be sure to check this one out! Open, air, spacious throughout. First floor master suite, 3 additional bed- rooms upstairs plus an office/bonus room/possible 5th bedroom. Set on 1.49 acres convenient to all amenities. Great opportunity! Deer Run Estates, Smithfield, RI 02917 $190,000 Just approved 20 lot subdivision off of Clark Road, Deer Run Estates is ready for you to call home. All lots approximately ¾ - one acre and surrounded by 30+ acres of conservation area. Buy a lot or meet with builder to discuss building your dream home today before they're all sold out. 38 North Loxley Drive, Johnston, RI 02919 $299,900 Just reduced – don't miss it! Meticulously maintained and updated raised ranch in terrific neighborhood. Hardwoods on main level, large finished space in lower level with additional full bathroom. Nice deck looking out over your large backyard. Young heating system too. 3 Lane 2, Narragansett, RI 02882 $499,900 Updated 2 bedroom home, private beach community of "Breakwater Village" You can live in this move in ready house year round, use as a second home, or keep it as a great rental property. Not a drive by, super spacious. Awesom rooftop deck with panoramic views of Block Island Sound and Point Judith Lighthouse. The Stearns/ McGee Team Mike Stearns 401-568-5880 Kristen Moore 401-413-6908 Rachel Baptista 401-692-1796 Jennifer Gorman-Smith 401-636-7030 JoAnn Silvia 401-595-7400 Kathy Leveille 401-263-1920 Christine Corriveau 401-378-3350 Scott McGee 401-639-2906 Eric Brouillard 401-569-2725 Elizabeth Murray 401-641-0133 Linda Morrissey 401-255-1320 Freddie Rodriguez 401-403-1660 OPEN HOUSE SAT. & SUN. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 696 Douglas Pike Smithfield, RI 02917 Office: 401-356-1519 Fax: 401-232-3244 OPEN HOUSE SUN. 12 p.m.2 p.m.

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