WEST – A small home and over 3.5 acres of land on the town’s waterfront had been lately bought for $5.1 million, in response to public information.
The 1,734-square-foot house is situated at 32 Champlin Drive in an space known as Graves Neck, with the property bounded by the Pawcatuck River and Col. Willie Cove.
The one-story ranch was inbuilt 1954 on 3.51 acres and has three bedrooms, two full baths and one half tub, in response to Westerly’s property tax estimate.
The property was most lately valued at $2.4 million by Westerly appraisers in 2021. Nonetheless, $2.1 million of that value was attributed to the land, not the house, in response to public information from an internet database maintained by the town.
The house additionally consists of an unfinished basement, wooden deck, porch, patio and water docks, in response to metropolis property information.
The property was bought by Paul Paempel, Jr. and Diana Pampel as trustees of Paul Pampel, Jr. Revocable Dwelling Belief, to Alexander Bulazel of Connecticut, in response to a duplicate of the trustee’s deed, public file filed with the Metropolis of Westerly Clerk’s Workplace.
The property has been owned by the Pampel household since at the least the Fifties.
Mark Larock is a PBN contributor.
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