23 Bolton Street, located on the Warwick-side of Pawtuxet, is just a short walk (or paddle!) to The Village. This 1910 Dutch Colonial, just one row back from the water, offers views of Pawtuxet Cove and Narragansett Bay beyond from many vantage points. Across the street is also a legal path to the water, making easy access for kayaks, paddle boards, and the like. This 1,250 sqft, 3 bed, 1.5 bath has been remodeled by a boat builder and artist so you bet, the home oozes charm beams reclaimed from the old Quonset Coast Guard Building to ceiling murals to the outdoor he/she/they shed (which is perfect for home office, writing nook or yoga studio) to a kitchen that feels like the galley of a French pinasse with every nook developed for comfort and storage. On the first floor is a living room with double doors to the backyard, dining room, three-season front porch, and lavette. Upstairs are three bedrooms and one full bath the primary bedroom being the largest, spanning the entire front of the house allowing for saltwater views. With its wood deck, stone patio, and raised gardens, not to mention the front yard's perrenial flowers, no doubt you will spend as much time outdoors as in. The unfinished basement has high ceilings perfect for a woodshop, plus a full walk-out ideal for moving dinghy's and bicycles indoors for the winter. Recent updates include exterior shingles, painting (indoors and out), wiring, plumbing, heating, roofing, and more. Showings begin 7/7!