Newport, RI – Here’s what sold on Aquidneck Island over the last week.

Aquidneck Island real estate sales and transactions on What’s Up Newp are brought to you by OUR Real Estate, a locally owned full service, boutique brokerage and lifestyle company. 

Read more about this locally owned full service, boutique brokerage and lifestyle company at the bottom of this story.

Newport

67 Bridge Street sold for $2,075,000 on August 28th.


65 Catherine Street sold for $1,890,100 on August 31st.


84 Division Street sold for $750,000 on August 31st.


2 Wilbur Avenue sold for $699,000 on August 28th.


34 Caiger Lane sold for $575,000 on August 31st.


129 Connection Street sold for $517,500 on August 26th.


24 Brown and Howard Wharf #301 sold for $2,000,000 on August 26th.


14 Defenders Row #14 sold for $1,650,000 on August 27th.


426 Spring Street #202 sold for $760,000 on September 1st.


93 Rhode Island Avenue #5 sold for $450,700 on August 27th.


67 Perry Street #5 sold for $320,000 on August 28th.


1 Red Cross Avenue #5 sold for $272,500 on August 28th.


2 4 Newport Avenue #B1 sold for $245,000 on August 31st.


66 Girard Avenue #303 sold for $205,000 on August 31st.


92 Spring Street sold for $730,000 on August 28th.


16 Narragansett Avenue sold for $535,000 on September 1st.


64 Halsey Street #28 B sold for $230,000 on August 31st.


433 Thames Street #4 sold for $205,000 on August 28th.

Middletown

202 Indian Avenue sold for $3,400,000 on August 28th.


115 Howland Avenue sold for $1,901,000 on August 26th.


112 Esplanade sold for $1,550,000 on August 27th.


57 Allston Avenue sold for $491,000 on August 28th.


158 Briarwood Avenue sold for $470,000 on August 31st.


Portsmouth

106 Carnegie Harbor Drive sold for $2,215,000 on August 1st


58 Indian Avenue sold for $1,425,000 on September 1st.


91 Johnnycake Lane sold for $1,215,500 on August 31st.


7 Amazon Drive sold for $1,050,000 on August 27th.


1206 Anthony Road sold for $725,000 on August 27th.


55 Bayside Avenue sold for $565,000 on August 31st.


16 Michael Drive sold for $465,000 on August 28th.


025 MT Tom Road sold for $359,900 on August 27th.


245 Cedar Avenue sold for $215,000 on August 27th.


37 Carnegie Harbor Drive sold for $1,150 on August 28th. (Note- Because the list price was $1,295,000, the sold price probably is incorrect and is likely that $1,150,000).

OUR Real Estate

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OUR Real Estate is independently owned by the Principal Broker, Lauren Mailloux. Lauren was born and raised in Rhode Island.  She graduated from Portsmouth High School and continued her education at the University of Rhode Island. Lauren received her real estate license and later acquired her brokerage license. She is committed to providing unwavering integrity, expertise, and negotiation skills for the sole benefit of her clients.

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