Charlestown RI Real Estate
Located along the southern shore of Rhode Island, Charlestown RI real estate is centrally situated between Groton/New London, Connecticut and Providence, Rhode Island. Each of these towns is about a 40 minute drive away from Charlestown. The villages of Carolina and Shannock are shared between Charlestown and its northern neighbor, Richmond.
While Charlestown property varies widely, many Charlestown homes have ocean or pond views, are on large pieces of property, and/or have easy access to beaches.
Homes For Sale Charlestown RI
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Real Estate In Charlestown RI & Recreation
Discover real estate in Charlestown Ri and you'll see how much the town of Charlestown recognizes the importance of its natural treasures. A top priority for many Charlestown residents is to preserve and protect their beaches, tidal ponds, and open spaces. Twenty percent of Charlestown’s land area includes protected wetlands such as Burlingame State Park, Ninigret Wildlife Refuge, Ninigret Park and East Beach. Glacial moraine, (steep, rolling hills) run parallel to the shore and divide the town landscape. Northward, beyond the moraine, wetlands can be found including the Cedar Swamp, Watchaug Pond, Schoolhouse Pond, and Pasquiset Pond. The coastal area, from Route 1 south to Block Island Sound, is flat and sandy.
Coastal ponds, fronted by barrier beaches are viewed as exceptional recreational resources that are popular with residents and visitors. As a result, many remarkable communities have been developed among Charlestown’s ponds and barrier beaches.
Charlestown residents enjoy recreational activities such as basketball, football, little league baseball, and soccer. After sixth grade, students can participate in sports offered at the Chariho Regional District Middle and High School.
Charlestown RI Homes For Sale: Historical Site
Named after King Charles II, Charlestown was taken from the town of Westerly, and incorporated in 1738. In 1747, Charlestown was divided, and the town of Richmond was formed from the north portion of the Pawcatuck River.
Separate lands, surrounded by Charlestown and Richmond, are lands belonging to the Narragansett Tribe of Indians. Approximately 1,900 acres define this community and were designated in a recent settlement to reflect the historic presence of the Narragansett Indian Tribe.
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- Total Population: 7859
- Population per Sq. Mi.: 213
- Occupied Dwelling Units: 3178
- Families: 2279
- Land Area Sq. Miles: 36.8
* source: RI.gov & RIEDC.com
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