Exquisitely maintained, this stately Colonial Revival home was built in 1914 by renown historical architectural preservationist Norman Isham and is within a stone’s throw to historic Wickford Village and the town beach.
The property also includes a recently constructed, separate cottage for income potential or use for guests. The charming cottage was originally an architecture studio for Isham.
What They’re Saying...
When we sold our house in Jamestown, we were fortunate to work with Allie Sabalis of Lila Delman Real Estate. Allie did a thoroughly professional job on every aspect of the sale from her initial presentation, through many open houses, right to the closing. Once in the depths of winter when we talked of reducing the price to hasten a sale, Allie advised against it, saying the house was fairly priced. She was right. Soon after, the house sold. We met Allie as a real estate agent, but now think of her as a friend.Ed & Ann Roche; Jamestown, RI
Allie is knowledgeable and professional. She doesn't just list a house and forget about it. She has a plan and works it. She put a lot of time and effort into selling my house and it paid off. I highly recommend her!Cathy Solomon; Little Falls, NJ
Allie Sabalis is an extremely competent real estate broker representing us as buyers. We found her to be courteous, efficient, responsive, and thorough to our every need. She is knowledgeable of the local market and tradespeople. She was able to supply us with accurate information to reach any sources that we needed relative to the house. She was willing to assist us with issues after the sale of the house. She graciously thanked us for our business by tracking down an out of print book on the history of the unusual home we have purchased. She is a stellar representative of Lila Delman Real Estate and the community of Jamestown.George Lynch & Julie Sanford; Woodstock, VT