Scene of Gooseberry Beach from the movie 'Evening'
Gooseberry Beach real estate is located on one of three private beaches on Ocean Drive. The beach is tucked away in a protected cove on the southern end of Aquidneck island, preventing large waves from coming to shore and creating a calm atmosphere for beach dwellers. Dunes line the roads adding a beachy esthetic to beautiful waterfront properties featured in the 2007 film Evening. The Gooseberry Beach area is a picturesque spot for a quiet escape by the water. Waterfront homes here are among the most desirable in Rhode Island.
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Hexagon House. Sweeping Views Of Atlantic Ocean Out To Block Island! Contemporary-style Residence In A Spectacular, Private, & Natural Setting Directly On Lily Pond. Private Walking Paths & Secret Gardens. Swimming Pool Or Stroll To Gooseberry B...
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Gooseberry Beach Homes & Amenities
If you're looking into Gooseberry Beach homes, the area has some fantastic amenities including Hazard's Beach, a private club on Ocean Drive. It has168 bathhouses which are still family-owned, and only accessible to family members as well as two blood-related relatives. There is a main hall area where members can relax, sit on the porch and watch the waves rolling in. Gooseberry Beach along the same beach as Hazards and it is public. The two beaches are separated by a large rock.
The Gooseberry beach area is only minutes away from the shopping and restaurants in central Newport, as well as Washington Square.
Gooseberry Beach Waterfront Homes & Recreation
If you enjoy playing golf in your downtime, Gooseberry Beach is a five-minute drive to the historic Newport Country Club, which is a private club that hosted the first ever US Open in 1895. Also nearby is Brenton State Park and Fort Adams State Park. Situated at the mouth of the Newport harbor, Fort Adams hosts the popular Newport Jazz festival, an annual three-day jazz celebration that is a must-see for jazz enthusiasts. The park, which also hosts the Newport Folk Festival, is also a great place for a picnic, plus it's neat to walk around and explore the fort itself. Part of the grounds are still used for family housing.
As for schools in Gooseberry Beach, William S. Rogers high school is minutes away, while William J. Underwood (K-4) is also nearby. Kids in Grades 5-8 would attend Frank E. Thompson Middle school, which is about 10 minutes away. The private Cluny School (PK-8) is also nearby.
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