Indian Avenue real estate and homes in Middletown are characterized by large beautiful houses on spacious lots with stunning sunrise waterviews. The avenue runs along the east coast of Aquidneck Island with expansive vistas across the Sakonnet River to Little Compton and Sakonnet Light. Many of the homes in this lovely area are set on waterfront lots that slope down to the rocky coastline. A variety of new and historic homes sit behind gorgeous specimen trees, winding driveways, stone walls and decorative gate posts. Indian Avenue homes start at about $600,000 and go up to well over $1 million.
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New Opportunity For An 8-lot Sub-division At The Eastern End Of Green End And Howland Avenues. Possible Water Views From Two Lots. Lots Range From 20,000 To 40,000 Sq. Feet. Access To The Sakonnet River Within A Short Distance. Close To Second A...
Escape The World From This Private Estate Located On Idyllic Indian Avenue. This Serene 9 Acre Setting Is Magical, And The Perfect Location To Enjoy Rhode Island This Winter! This Home Is Expansive, With A First Floor Master Bedroom With Ensuite ...
Indian Avenue Homes & Amenities
Indian Avenue homes are not far from all the amenties in nearby Newport. The shops and art stops are just minutes away. Indian Avenue residents are also close to the famous International Tennis Hall of Fame. It's a must-see for any tennis enthusiast. The facility is also home to the ATP's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships every July. Some of the best men's players in the world head to Newport to compete for the title during the grass court season.
A few small beaches interrupt the shoreline offering neighborhood access for swimming, sunbathing and kayaking. Indian Avenue is a fabulous location for a year-round or summer home.
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Not far from the Indian Avenue houses in Middletown RI is the Norman Bird Sanctuary. This special tract of natural preserve encompasses some 375 acres with hiking trails for everyone. For bird watchers, the sanctuary is as must-see. During the springtime, March, April and May are the best times to view returning birds like warblers, shore birds and more. During the summer you'll see mute swans and black-crowned night herons around the ponds of the park. The sanctuary is also a great place to spot hawks and egrets, as well as woodpeckers.