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North Kingstown RI Real Estate

North Kingstown sits right on the cusp on South County, Rhode Island, known for its pristine beaches, freshly caught seafood and luxurious waterfront lifestyles. The historic villages attract the most attention from homeowners looking to buy in North Kingstown: Wickford, Saunderstown, and Davisville. Here you’ll discover friendly communities and local proprietors of all kinds. The school district is also a selling point for potential homeowners because it’s consistently top-rated in the state.

What makes North Kingstown a sought-after community for homeowners?

  • Spacious suburban living and single family homes in quiet neighborhoods
  • Access to Newport Bridge, South County and twenty minutes from Providence
  • Wickford, Davisville, and Saunderstown are beautiful, historically-preserved villages
  • Wickford Junction Train station gives easy to travel to T.F. Green, Providence, and Boston
  • 16 miles to T.F. Green airport (or one stop away on the train)

Community Overview

  • Established: 1674
  • Zip Codes: 02852, 02874, 02877
  • Size: 58.3 sq. miles
  • Population: 26,197
  • Tax Rate: $18.06
  • Median family income: $97,208
  • Median Home Value: $388,677
  • Median age of resident: 39 years
  • County: Washington
  • Distance to T.F. Green Airport: 16 miles
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Homes for sale in North Kingstown, RI

What's it like to live in North Kingstown?

Shopping & Things To Do

Wickford Village is home to many gift shops and hand-crafted maker businesses. If you’re into antiques and boutique retail where you can find special-made pieces, this seaside village is the place for you. However, you’ll find the “must need” shopping plaza just outside Quonset Point along the Post Road and Route 403 junction.

Notable places

  • Different Drummer
  • RE Antiques & Interiors
  • Wickford Village Antiques & Collectibles
  • Gossip Boutique
  • The Wickford Collection
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Dining & Nightlife

The local dining hot spot would be a few miles north to East Greenwich or heading south Galilee, but North Kingstown does have a handful of notable restaurants and classic RI fare.

Restaurants to check out:

  • Jitters Cafe
  • Plum Point Bistro
  • Tate’s Italian Kitchen
  • El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant
  • Allie’s Donuts (people travel from far and away to visit this spot!)
  • Shayna’s (a Wickford local favorite)
  • Tavern by the Sea
  • Sonoma Bistro & Wine Bar
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Recreation & Activities

From the docks of Quonset to the walkable streets of Wickford Village and the outdoor beauty of Ryan Park, North Kingstown has plenty to offer its residents. Thinking about taking a weekend escape? Hop aboard the Martha’s Vineyard Ferry. Want to bring the family to experience a piece of history? Take them to Casey Farm to see 17-century methods still being utilized today. Or visit Smith’s Castle for a walking tour of the grounds. 

Places you should explore

  • Ryan Park for walking, paddleboarding, and sight-seeing
  • Wilson Park for family recreation and sports
  • John H. Chafee Nature Preserve
  • Cocumscussoc State Park
  • North Kingstown Town Beach

Things to do

  • Wickford Village Art Festival
  • Wickford Village Light Festival
  • Biomes Marine Biology Center
  • Casey Farm
  • Smith’s Castle
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Schools & Education

North Kingstown’s School District include nine schools ranging from PK – 12. According to Niche.com, North Kingstown ranks at number four for Best School Districts in the Rhode Island. It also ranks number 1 for Athletics. For more information, visit the North Kingstown School Department website. https://www.nksd.net/

Public Shcools

  • Fishing Cove Elementary
  • Forest Park Elementary
  • Hamilton Elementary
  • Quidnessett Elementary
  • Stony Lane Elementary
  • Davisville Academy
  • Davisville Middle School
  • Wickford Middle School
  • North Kingstown High School 

Private Schools

  • Cornerstone Montessori School
  • South Country Montessori School
  • West Bay Christian Academy

Transportation & Getting Around

South County RI is slightly “off the beaten” because of Interstate 95 veering to the western part of RI after heading south from Providence. Route 1 and 4 are the main throughways in North Kingstown (and all of South Country). But living in North Kingstown gives homeowners two unique advantages: 

1. Direct access to the Newport Bridge, which leads into the scenic East Bay of Rhode Island and the city of Newport.

2. North Kingstown is the only town in RI with an MBTA train station on the Providence/Stoughton line (besides T.F. Green and Providence). Wickford Junction station provides easier travel for those commuting into Providence or Boston, and it’s only one stop away from the airport.

Government/city and town links

For more information on the town government of North Kingstown, community information, and ways to contact, please visit the official website at https://www.northkingstown.org/

Williams & Stuart lists homes for sale in all of North Kingstown

  • Austin Manor
  • Belleville
  • Belleville/Lafayette
  • Bissel Cove
  • Brookhaven
  • Cedar Field
  • Davisville
  • Forest Park
  • Green Meadow
  • Hamilton
  • Harbour Ridge
  • Heritage Estates
  • Kiefer Park
  • Kingswood
  • Longtree Point
  • Mill Cove
  • Misty Meadow
  • Mount Laurel Estates
  • Mount View
  • Oak Hill Heights
  • Orchard Woods
  • Plantations Park
  • Plum Beach
  • Pojac Point
  • Poplar Point
  • Porter Estates
  • Quail Hollow
  • Quidnessett
  • Quonset
  • Reynolds Farm
  • Saunderstown
  • Schartner Farms
  • Shore Acres
  • Signal Rock
  • Slocum
  • Stony Lane
  • The Falls of Pleasant Valley
  • Town Center
  • West Allenton
  • Westmorelands Farms
  • Wickford
  • Wickford Highlands
  • Wild Goose Point
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