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Scituate

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  • Size: 54.8 square miles
  • Population: 10,329 / 96.3 males for every 100 females
  • Avg age: 40
  • Established in 1710
  • Median family income: $67,593
  • Median house value: $300,900 
  • Homes available from $160,000 to $895,000
  • Latitude: 41.7964N Longitude: 71.6199 W
  • 15.7 miles to T.F. Green Airport
  • 15.2 Miles to Providence Train Station
  • Tax Rate: $18.04 residential / $21.65 commercial

Fun Facts & Attractions

  • Home of the Scituate Reservoir – 14,800 Acres – The largest freshwater body of water in state. Supply’s fresh water to more than 60% of the state population with a water capacity of 39 billion gallons. Operated by Providence Water Supply Board
  • Scituate Art Festival – held every Columbus Day weekend since 1967. Over 300 artists displaying & selling their artwork & crafts. 200,000 – 350,000 people attend annually
  • Scituate boasts 15 National Historic Places & Notable Sites including: Amos Cookie House, Hope Village Historic District, Smithville Seminary and Rhode Island State Police Headquarters

Neighborhoods & Villages

  • Ashland (Village)
  • Carriage Hill Crossing
  • Chopmist Hill
  • Clayville (Village)
  • Eagle Glen
  • Elmdale (Village)
  • Fiskeville (Village)
  • Frosty Valley
  • Glennrock (Village)
  • Harrisdale (Village)
  • Hope Furnace
  • Hope, Jackson (Village)
  • Kent (Village)
  • Kent View
  • Knight Farms
  • Moswansicut
  • North Scituate (Village)
  • Ponaganset (Village)
  • Potterville (Village)
  • Rice’s Plat
  • Richmond (Village)
  • Rockland (Village)
  • Saundersville (Village)
  • Scituate Hills
  • Scituate Hills
  • Scituate Village Estates
  • South Scituate (Village)
  • Trout Brook

Town Website: www.scituateri.org

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