Middletown Real Estate Stats
|Average Home Price||$1.5M|
|Lowest Priced Home||$99.9K|
|Highest Listing Price||$25M|
|Total Property Listings||56|
|Avg. Days On Market||52|
Property Types (active listings)
Middletown Homes For Sale
|All Listings||Under $100,000||$100,000 - $200,000|
|$200,000 - $300,000||$400,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $600,000|
|$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000||$800,000 - $900,000|
|$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
Middletown, RI Real Estate Information
Middletown real estate is diverse. Some homes are close to sand dunes and long, soft-sand beaches, while others have fabulous ocean views over rocky coastlines.
These homes are set in a relatively relaxed environment with housing stock ranging from modest to luxurious, from condos to farmland. Newport, Massachusetts and other Rhode Island municipalities are also easily accessible due to Middletown’s central location and Rhode Island’s excellent bridges and highways, connecting homeowners to the rest of the state.
Shopping in Middletown
You'll find the central shopping area is on sections of the arterial streets of East Main Road and West Main Road, where there’s a great selection of stores at the RK Middletown Square shopping mall and Aquidneck Shopping center.
For any shopping not found here, nearby Newport to the south is a well-known shopper’s paradise.
Middletown’s agricultural history shows itself in low stone walls that date back decades in the many orchards, farms, fruit stands, vineyards, and nurseries that continue Middletown’s agricultural tradition. Imagine picking a few fresh peaches, apples, or strawberries on your way to the beach, where you can let the sun soothe your soul.
Newport Vineyards is a popular historical attraction in Middletown that dates back to 1977.
This gorgeous area is perfect for those looking to enjoy a superb glass of wine or beer (both of which are crafted on site) while taking in the beautiful sites of the 60 acre vineyard.
Things To Do in Middletown
A significant number of Middletown condos for sale are within walking distance to various parks offering walking trails, sports fields, open spaces, picnicking areas, special event facilities, and scenic views. At Sachuest Beaches and Campground, campers enjoy waterfront, ocean view campsites and the space offered by Middletown’s wide open white sand beaches.
Middletown’s wildlife refuges such as Norman Bird Sanctuary, a 325 acre refuge, and Sachuest Point Nature Preserve, a 242 acre refuge, offer miles of hiking trails, stunning scenery, programs for children and adults, and unspoiled natural habitat.
Sachuest Point Nature Preserve is known for its famous saltwater fishing and has over 200 bird species that inhabit the area at different times of the year. This local refuge is perfect for bird watching and learning about current conservation techniques while hiking their trails, located over two and a half miles.
Popular recreational pursuits of Middletown residents include: adult dodgeball, men’s basketball, flag football, beach soccer tournaments, youth leagues, and a variety of community organizations. Middletown also offers opportunities for boating, surfing, swimming, and incredible fishing.
Other popular Middletown historical sites include:
- Lyman C. Joseph House
- Bailey Farm
- Clambake Club of Newport
- Boyd's Windmill
- Gardiner Pond Shell Midden
- Hamilton Hoppin House
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