Sited on over 8.5 acres of land, “Dorbay” is a magical, one-of-a-kind home that was built in 1930 but completely renovated in 2014. It retains its charm of the past while blending modern amenities of today. Located in beautiful Whale Rock, enjoy the privacy and sweeping water views from the home’s many windows and vantage points.
The original fir floors and wood work were lovingly restored while the updated kitchen features high-end finishes and appliances, such as granite countertops, a Viking double oven, a walk-in refrigerator, and a 10-foot marble island for the family to gather. Off the kitchen a butler’s pantry adjoins the formal living area which is perfect for entertaining. Relax by the fireplace as exposed beams run overhead and three archways open to a stylish sitting/music area. Dine in the elegant dining room with fireplace or open the French doors to the screened in porch to create an al fresco dining experience. The first floor also features a large family room with a bar, a half-bath and laundry and sliders leading out to the patio/pool area. Above the family room is a guest suite with two generous bedrooms and a large well appointed full bath.
The expansive patio looks like a private resort with its inground pool, outdoor shower, incredible water views and picturesque surroundings.
Four en-suite bedrooms are located on the second floor, including the master bedroom boasting panoramic water views, two walk-in closets, and an adjoining sitting room which can double as an office space.
The versatile barn/garage offers an additional 2100 square feet to suit any of your needs, while the large courtyard is perfect for outdoor gatherings or dinner parties.
Whale Rock is made up of 11 homes on 140 acres of land, with the majority of those acres preserved by The Nature Conservancy and U.S. Fish and Wildlife. Located in Narragansett, this gorgeous seaside town enjoys a lengthy coastline filled with breathtaking beaches and harbors. Experience acclaimed seaside dining and shopping in downtown Narragansett or visit the iconic Coast Guard House. The Block Island Ferry will whisk you away to one of the renowned offshore locales. Providence and its celebrated arts and entertainment are within a 40 minute drive, while the historic town of Newport is just 15 miles away.