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"When I first saw the property I thought the view was the most beautiful I had ever seen anywhere in the world”, Roy Rowan – Author/Journalist. Roy Rowan, well-known journalist, editor, and author, purchased this property over 30 years ago. Own your own piece of Block Island. This 8.7 acre property located on elite Corn Neck Road enjoys 180-degree Atlantic Ocean views of Montauk Light, the North Lighthouse and the Newport Bridge. Relish in the expansive acreage of this property, walk along your private, stonewall-lined trails to the exclusive West Side beach, enjoy the countless acres of conservancy land that surrounds this property or fish in your own private pond. Just off the highest point of Corn Neck Road, past the Hodge Preserve, is the entrance to this one-of-a-kind property that commands the most spectacular views on Block Island. The character of this three-bedroom home fits beautifully into the surrounding landscape. The deck allows for great entertaining or a private spot to relax and enjoy the Atlantic Ocean views and remarkable sunsets. With the significant acreage of this estate there are many possibilities. Keep it all to yourself and build your dream retreat or separate the lot and allow for more than one home. This is an exceptional opportunity on Block Island. Make this picturesque property, where time stands still, the perfect place to escape life’s daily distractions.

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1064974
2017
Vacation
3
Washington
378,972
1981
Lila Delman Real Estate

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