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Narragansett Community Stats

Median Household Income


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with Homestead Exemption


According to Realtor.com, the median listing home price in Narragansett, RI was $787K in January 2023, trending down -1.6% year-over-year. The median listing home price per square foot was $602. The median home sold price was $615K.

Median home Listing Price


* As of Feb 2023
Median Sold Home Price


* As of Feb 2023
Average Days on market


* As of Feb 2023
Home Inventory


* As of Feb 2023

* Tax rate based per thousand - Sources: United States Census Bureau. 2020 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Office. Web. 7 December 2023. & Realtor.com



Narragansett (commonly known as “Gansett”) is the face of South County, Rhode Island. Its unassuming, seaside vibe with long stretches of ocean views and charming downtown areas make it an homeowner’s dream. From Point Judith and Galilee to Saunderstown, this narrow stretch of Rhode Island offers quite a variety of waterfront properties and village townhouses. Plus, Narragansett has one of the lowest tax rates in Rhode Island.

Narragansett Weather

The average high temperature in July is 81.2 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 19 degrees. The annual precipitation is 51.82.

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Life in Narragansett

Narragansett, Rhode Island, is renowned for its stunning coastal beauty, making it a picturesque destination in New England. The town's allure is centered around its spectacular beaches which are famous for their fine sand, excellent surf, and panoramic ocean views.

Along the shore, the scenic Ocean Road offers breathtaking views of the rugged coastline, providing an ideal route for driving, biking, or walking. Additionally, Narragansett is home to several well-maintained parks and preserves, where both locals and visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities in beautiful natural settings.


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Schools & Education

The Narragansett Public School District consists of three schools: elementary, middle and high school. Between the three of them, the district serves all K-12 grades. For detailed information about each school, please visit their website

The University of Rhode Island’s “Bay Campus” is located in Narragansett as well. This campus houses URI’s prestigious Graduate School of Oceanography.

Getting Around...


  • Airport

    T.F. Green Airport

    Distance to T.F. Green Airport: 23 miles

  • Ferry Transport

    The Block Island Ferry

    There are two options (traditional and high-speed) for travelers to Block Island from Galilee. The traditional ferry runs seven days a week at scheduled departure times.

  • Train Station

    Wickford Junction Train Station

    Distance to Wickford Junction: 10.8 miles

  • Cross Street

    Route 1 (Post Road)

    Runs along the entire narrow strip of Narragansett, so it’s relatively easy to access and travel along the South Shore as needed. However, the town limits of Narragansett contains only a few middle highways which connect this narrow strip of land from North to South.

  • Cross Street

    Route 1A

    Runs through the entire town of Narragansett from north to south (becomes Ocean Road heading south past Narragansett Pier). Continues north to the 138 and further into North Kingstown / Wickford.


  • Cross Street

    Route 108

    Stems off the Post Road junction and heads south through the small farmlands of Narragansett. Ends in Galilee just before Point Judith.

Government, City & Town Links

For more information on the town government of Narragansett, community information, and ways to contact, please visit the official website

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