Discover South Kingstown real estate and see why residents and visitors have come to South Kingstown to enjoy the unspoiled beauty of its shoreline, the quiet tranquility of its cul-de-sac neighborhoods and the quaint charm of its historic villages. With all these advantages, it comes as no surprise that South Kingstown is the fastest growing community in Rhode Island - a position its held for the last 20 years! Its convenient location, beachy appeal and excellent school system (ranked 6th in RI) make it a wonderful place to raise a family or own a summer home.
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Stunning Reproduction Of Andy Warhol's Montauk Estate "eothen" (which Means "from The East") On Bucolic 15 Acres Abutting Conservancy Land. Constructed With The Highest Quality Materials And Discriminating Taste, This Exceptional Property Is Idea...
On The “hill” Of Green Hill In The Town Of South Kingstown Is Perched This Exquisite “beach Cottage” Architecturally Designed By Nancy Leslie. With 4800 Square Feet Of Living Area, This House Boasts Views Of Salt Ponds And Block Island Sound. Ope...
"belle Terre" Aptly Named Historic 1908 Estate With 10 Breathtaking Acres Abutting 50+ Acres Of Conservation Land. This Private Oasis Has Open Fields, Stone Walls, Specimen Trees, And Expansive Views, Yet Is Close To Town, Marina, And Beaches. ...
820 Charlestown Beach Rd South Kingstown, RI, 02813
Comfortable, Yet Elegant Oceanside Living At It's Best. Steps To The Atlantic Ocean With Water Views From Every Room. The Wide-open Floor Plan, Expansive Windows And Soaring Ceilings Provide An Open, Airy Feeling Whether Your Taking A Break From...
East Matunuck Living At Its Best. Better Than New 3600 Sq Ft Waterview Custom Home W/ All The Bells And Whistles. Elegant Yet Casual Eat In Kitchen W/ Custom Cabinets And Ss Appliances & Quartz Counters. Open Layout On All 3 Levels. Kitchen Open T...
Eden Manor Is A 26 Room Victorian Estate Built In 1840 Set On Over 5 Tranquil Acres. It Features 10,000 Sf, 14 Large Guest Rooms, 11 Foot Ceilings, Ornate Woodwork, Sweeping Lawns And Specimen Trees. Includes Two 1 Acre Buildable Lots!
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Capitalizing on its exceptional shoreline and sandy beaches, South Kingstown homes have welcomed significant residential expansion and a marked increase in summer tourism. Along with its close proximity to world-class beaches, South Kingstown is also within driving distance of the largest cities in the Northeastern United States. It’s the perfect place for those who enjoy the comforts of small town living and the energy of big city life.
Surrounded by culture and history, like the Pettaquamscutt Rock and Jail , The Courthouse Center for the Arts and Theatre By The Sea South Kingstown offers great dining, excellent shopping and outstanding accommodations. Town Manager Steven A. Alfred says of his home: "We are a community where residents take great pride in maintaining and preserving the quality of life we enjoy. The town has a unique combination of environmental and recreational attractions including more than 10 miles of breathtaking and undisturbed beaches and an extensive system of parks and play fields. Additionally, the town has nearly 11,000 acres of protected open space."
South Kingstown Properties
South Kingstown properties are found in areas including the villages of Curtis Corner, Green Hill, Indian Lake Shore, Kingston, Matunuck, Middlebridge, Peacedale, Perryville, Rocky Brook, Snug Harbor, Tuckertown, Usquepaugh, Wakefield and West Kingston. While each village maintains unique characteristics, South Kingstown as a whole is recognized for its family appeal and Ocean State charm. In fact, in 2011, Businessweek dubbed the villages of Peacedale and Wakefield the best places in Rhode Island to raise children.
Home to the University of Rhode Island, established in 1892, South Kingstown was founded in 1722 when Kings Towne was split into two parts now known as North and South Kingstown. In 1888 a narrow strip of land running along the eastern bank of the Pettaquamscutt River to the shore of Narragansett Bay was separated from South Kingstown to form the Town of Narragansett.
Fun Fact: The site of the deadly Great Swamp Fight during King Phillip's War in 1675 is located in what is now South Kingstown.