Discover Narragansett homes for sale and see how the town represents the simple life. Imagine walking along miles of sandy shoreline, the beachfront dotted by colorful, whimsical cottages. You probably smell sizzling seafood, farm fresh produce, and mouth-watering baking being sold by friendly roadside vendors.
You might hear the laughter of children digging for clams that always seem to slip through their fingers at the last second, or the hoots and hollers of people playing and riding the waves on boogie boards.
Located in southern Rhode Island, Narragansett has offered its relaxed lifestyle to vacationers and residents alike. Popular summer Narragansett activities include: boating, fishing, water-skiing, swimming, whale-watching, and beach combing. Throughout the year, Narragansett activities include exploring and shopping in little villages, cycling or driving through rolling countryside, visiting historic sites, or hiking through hundreds of acres of woodlands.
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Waterfront Estate In Narragansett With 2,000 Feet Of Shoreline! Once In A Lifetime Opportunity To Own 66 Acres Of Well-preserved Land On Point Judith Pond. Comprised Of 6 Waterfront Cottages & 3 Docks With Ocean Access. Perfect Retreat For Nature ...
Rare Oceanfront. Enjoy Panoramic Views Of Pt. Judith Refuge And Block Island From Every Room Of This Architectural Masterpiece. Brand New, Quality Construction, Co Just Issued! 1.3 Acre Lot Within Walking Distance Of Roger Wheeler Beach.
Ocean Meadow Is Situated On 3+ Ocean View Acres In A Private Yet Accessible Location. Wonderful Views Of Beavertail Lighthouse Over Protected Fields, Deeded Access To Small Private Beach. All En Suite Bedrooms Plus Office! A+ Location.
Very Rare Opportunity To Buy One Of South County's Most Important Historic Homes. The Unique "narragansett Pink" Cut Granite English Manor Is On The National Register And Was Built In 1884 By Joseph Hazard. This Grand Home Has More Than 6600 Sq....
Welcome To The Heart Of Narragansett & The Pier! This Truly One Of Kind Home Is A Rare Find Located Just One Block To The Waterfront & One Of Narragansett's Top-ranked Beaches Located In The Center Of The Town. This 9 Bedroom Home Is Walking Dista...
Stunning Home With Sweeping Oceanviews From Every Room In Sought After Anawan Cliffs. You Will Be Captivated Upon Entry With This Custom-designed Home Featuring Multi Levels To Accommodate Family & Guests! The Huge Screened Porch With Panoramic O...
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Narragansett real estate consists of a strip of land that runs along the eastern bank of the Pettaquamscutt River to the ocean. Narragansett also includes four of Rhode Island's most popular beaches.
Narragansett separated from South Kingstown in 1888, and in 1901, incorporated as a town. During this period, Narragansett was mainly a farming area but was also developing into a resort area and fishing community. The vast majority of residential development at this time was single family dwellings. Of these dwellings, a significant number were used as summer vacation homes.
Today, all that remains of the Golden Victorian resort era are a pair of stone arches that span Ocean Road, curved towers anchor these arches. The granite towers, remnants of the Casino that burned in 1900, are three-story tall, beautiful reminders of a glorious past.
Although this luxurious resort era may be gone, the year-round population of Narragansett is rapidly increasing. Commercial developments center around tourist oriented businesses, fishing, and research activities at the Narragansett Bay Campus University.
If you're looking for Narragansett cottages, you'll see how the past lives on in historic inns and bed & breakfasts that offer visitors a chance to experience Colonial and Victorian era South County. Local museums such as South County Museum, Gilbert Stuart Birthplace, and Smith Castle, also share many treasured, historical items.
An amazing attraction every year, are the theatre productions put on by Theatre-by-the-Sea to delight and charm audiences every summer.