Lila Delman Real Estate Announces Significant Property Sales of $2.569M and $1.25M in Narragansett

Posted by Jeni Pardo de Zela — August 21, 2013

1377122567Lila Delman Real Estate announced the recent sale of 99 North Cliff in Narragansett, Rhode Island, listed at $2,569,000. This is the highest sale in Narragansett for a non-waterfront property since the sale of Hazard Castle in April of 2012. Melanie Delman, President, and Catherine Gazder, Associate Broker and International Fine Properties Liason, represented the seller.

1377122748Lila Delman Real Estate also announced the sale of 1 Jonathan Island in Narragansett, Rhode Island, a private island located in the center of Point Judith Pond, listed at $1,250,000. Lori Joyal, Broker Associate, represented both the buyer and the seller.

About Lila Delman Real Estate

Lila Delman founded the company’s original office in Narragansett nearly 50 years ago. Since then, Lila Delman Real Estate has grown to include 6 strategically located offices, over 90 associates, a marketing department that creatively uses online social media, and an award winning website. Utilizing international marketing partners such as Christie’s International Real Estate, Mayfair International Realty and Luxury Portfolio, the firm is consistently a frontrunner in the luxury market. For more information please visit LilaDelman.com.

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