GREAT ESCAPES: Pandemic helps fuel record-setting demand for high-priced R.I. homes

STATELY SURROUNDINGS: The 9-acre Ker Arvor estate at 275 Harrison Ave., Newport, sold on Dec. 29 to a Silicon Valley tech executive and his wife, a novelist, for $7.3 million. / Courtesy Lila Delman Real Estate
STATELY SURROUNDINGS: The 9-acre Ker Arvor estate at 275 Harrison Ave., Newport, sold on Dec. 29 to a Silicon Valley tech executive and his wife, a novelist, for $7.3 million. / Courtesy Lila Delman Real Estate
Even in a pandemic, money remains no object for the wealthy – at least for those with enough to buy one of Rhode Island’s luxury homes. The number of high-end home sales in the state last year shot past the previous annual record, with buyers sent into a frenzy by historically low interest rates, strong…

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