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North Kingstown

North Kingstown has everything you could want for Rhode Island real estate—scenic coastlines, a mix of modern and colonial architecture, and access to great amenities like beaches, parks, restaurants and historic sites. Plus, it’s easy to get from North Kingstown to other destinations in Rhode Island and beyond such as Providence, Newport and New York state. With its ideal setting in the midst of picturesque sheltered bays, it’s easy to see why this New England town has been continuously inhabited since the late 15th century.


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North Kingston Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $988K
Lowest Price $85K
Highest Price $3.5M
Total Listings 27
Avg. Days On Market 41
Avg. Price/SQFT $354

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North Kingstown Real Estate Information

Homebuyers will find a wide range of North Kingstown homes for sale including custom-built homes, restored historic properties, and contemporary condos, duplexes and townhouses. There are homes to suit all budgets, from luxurious waterfront properties to modest single-family homes.

North Kingstown real estate can be found along the coast as well as further inland where there are many farms, ponds and parks. Some homes have waterfront views and direct access to beaches and lakes, while others have views of greenery and are just a short drive from the water.

The downtown area around Wickford Village is renowned for its high density of historic colonial-era homes. Many of the homes have been lovingly maintained, so they sit on their original foundations and feature stone chimneys, wood shingle roofs and large bay windows.

Modern homes and new constructions in North Kingstown often boast spacious interiors, large yards, and garages. Common features of single-family homes include clapboard exteriors, hardwood floors and fireplaces.  

North Kingstown condos are also highly sought after Rhode Island real estate because they offer a number of benefits. Most condo buildings offer access to facilities like swimming pools, tennis courts, and golf courses in addition to 24-hour security and maintenance.

North Kingstown Area Information

North Kingstown has a long history that dates back to 1674 when it was incorporated as a town called Kings Towne. At that time, it was a series of trading posts that included South Kingstown, Narragansett and Exeter. By the early 1700s, these were established as separate towns.

You can still see the town’s original churches and quaint colonial shops and homes in downtown North Kingstown. Most of the historic buildings are in Wickford Village, which contains an impressive collection of houses dating back to the late 18th and early 19th centuries — most likely the largest concentration of colonial houses in such a small area in the nation

North Kingstown’s location on the ocean and in the midst of Rhode Island gives it easy access to a number of locations in the region. Providence is less than an hour away by car. Boston is about two hours away and New York City is a four-hour drive. There is also a fast ferry to Martha’s Vineyard.

North Kingstown Recreational Activities & Attractions

Because of its natural harbor and beaches, North Kingstown is famous as a summer resort and haven for pleasure boats. Sailors can cruise around Narragansett Bay and the sheltered coves. Beach lovers can suntan and swim at North Kingstown Town Beach, Blue Beach and Compass Rose Beach.

Kids will love the Rhode Island Biomes Marine Biology Center where they can learn about local sea creatures at the hands-on aquarium. Casey’s Farm is another family-friendly spot. The 300-year-old farm offers summer camps for kids and partners with schools to teach students how to raise and hatch chicks.

If you’re interested in history, Smith’s Castle was built in 1678 and is now a museum where guides give tours in period costumes. You can also visit the Gilbert Stuart Museum to see the birthplace of the artist who painted the George Washington image that is on the US one dollar bill.

Explore North Kingstown homes for sale and you will find that there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy recreational activities and enjoy the good life here. Residents have access to hiking trails, golf courses, and boat tours, not to mention fabulous restaurants and shops. 


For a tour of North Kingstown RI homes for sale, contact us online or call (401) 680-6588 to speak with a North Kingstown REALTOR ® at Hogan Associates.

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