Homes in Warren, RI sold for approximately the asking price on average in June 2022.
* 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. 17 March 2022. & Realtor.com
Welcome to Warren — the smallest town, in the smallest county, of the smallest state. Residents of Warren love pointing out this detail (you can purchase t-shirts with that tagline), but there’s a lot that goes on here for a small town. In fact, Warren has one of the best restaurant scenes in the East Bay. You can visit more than 20 locally-owned and operated dining spots in a span of only a few miles. The beautiful, historic downtown waterfront has many preserved colonial-style homes and buildings. The community is very tight-knit, welcoming, and supportive of everything local — artists, small businesses, events, and restaurants. You’ll find housing options for single-family homes, multi-family homes, and condominiums.
You’ll find most of the larger retail stores are outside of Warren, but not too far away. Nearby Bristol and Barrington have Shaw’s and Stop N’ Shop for grocery needs. Many residents travel to Seekonk or Swansea via Route 6 for big box stores, such as Walmart, Target, and Kohl’s. If you like to shop local, Tom’s Market in Warren is a great spot to grab fresh produce or prepared foods.
The downtown area of Warren also has interesting antiquing stores and gift shops. Walk along Water Street and you’ll find stores like MUSE, Whimsies, The Greenery, and IslandBoy. Don’t forget to visit Imagine, a nationally-recognized gift store and ice cream parlor.
Warren and Bristol have a regional public school department for the K – 12 grades. Hugh Cole Elementary and Kickemuit Middle School are in Warren right off Route 103. Mount Hope High School and three elementary schools are in Bristol. Mount Hope High School is the #6 public high school in Rhode Island, according the US News & World Report. As a whole, the Bristol-Warren district serves approximately 3,200 students per year with a teaching staff of 300.
For detailed information about the Bristol-Warren School District, please visit their website visit their website
Distance to T.F. Green Airport: 20 miles
Distance to Providence Train Station: 11 miles
For more information on Warren community events and government departments, please visit the official website at