1744 Grove Point, Corn Neck Rd., Block Island, RI 02807
Listen to the ocean surf while enjoying magnificent uninterrupted 260 degree ocean and pond views from this contextual contemporary. Direct oceanfront location with extraordinary sunsets over Sachem Pond, the North Light, and Atlantic Ocean. The private beach is rocky but perfect for beachcoming, exploring and surfing. Or just relax on the deck and enjoy the magnificent sunsets.
The casual airy architect designed interior features an open design with combined kitchen/dining/living areas, an office/den, one bedroom and a full bath on the first floor. On the second floor, there are three bedrooms, one with private bath, plus a hall bath and laundry. Extraordinary water views are offered from every room.
This property is on the north end of the Island, mostly surrounded by conservation land. It is an easy walk to hiking trails, bird sanctuaries, and sandy beaches. Head into town via bibycle or car to enjoy the classic Victorian resort architecture, interesting shops, great restaurants, and a variety of bars and cafes. This is a one of a kind location, a must see!
Ballard Hall Real Estate
Gail vacationed on Block Island as a child, due to her father's family ties, moved to the Island as a young adult, and then became a year round resident in 1984.
Gail obtained her Real Estate License in January of 1985, hired by Blake and Michele Phelan. She became the Rentals Manager in 1987 and continued to work for the Phelans for a total of 12 years.
Gail launched Ballard Hall Real Estate in October of 1997. She then purchased Phelan Real Estate in December of 2000. The business has grown due to the longevity of her relationship with the Phelans and her staff who have joined along the way.
Gail has enjoyed becoming a part of the community. She was on the Board of Canvassers for 11 years and continues to serve as Treasurer on the Fred Benson Scholarship Committee and The Block Island Lions Club. She served on The Block Island Conservancy for 8 years and is now serving as a Trustee to the Rhode Island Chapter of The Nature Conservancy.
Gail and her family truly enjoy their life on Block Island along with grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles. She loves to travel with her husband Geoff and son Griffen, and upon the return of each trip recognize their comfort in the fact that this is the place they have chosen to call home.