39 Hammond Street is on the market. (Photo via William Ravies)

On the market for a new home? Well this upcoming weekend is looking like a good time to explore homes that have recently hit the market.

In case you missed it, long time What’s Up Newp contributor and local real estate professional Tyler Bernadyn has started a new real estate column on What’s Up Newp. If you’re on the market for a home, Tyler has some great advice for first time home buyers in his first column.

39 Hammond Street | Newport | $469,900

3 Beds | 1 Full/1 Half Bath| Open House: Saturday from 12 pm to 2 pm

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18 Kilburn Court | Newport | $425,000

3 Beds | 2 Full Baths | Open House: Saturday from 12 pm to 1:30 pm

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15 Hattie Brown Road | Bristol | $499,000

3 Beds | 3 Full Baths | Open House: Saturday from 10 am to 11:30 am

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For a complete list of open houses happening in our area this weekend, contact William Raveis’ Newport office;

  • 268 Bellevue Avenue
  • Newport, RI 02840
  • Office Phone: 401-846-3800
  • Office Fax: 401-846-3833
  • Email: Newport@raveis.com

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