Warwick, RI
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Warwick Community Stats

Homes in Warwick, RI sold for 3.03% above asking price on average in June 2022.

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* 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

Warwick, RI Real Estate

Home to T.F. Green International airport and known as the “Retail Capital of Rhode Island”, Warwick is at the heart of Little Rhody. The city limits have 39 miles of oceanfront, scenic beaches and sit at a major junction of 295 and 95 — making it easily accessible to metro Providence and Southern RI. Unlike most cities in the state, Warwick’s location offers residents a range of real estate choices: urban, suburban and oceanfront. One thing is for certain: you’ll never feel “too far away” from anything. Between Route 2, Warwick Mall, Rhode Island Mall, and local retailers, you have all of the best shopping in one place. And don’t underestimate the restaurant scene here! There are many owner-operated foodie spots throughout the city and few RI “must-visit” classics.

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What's it like to live in Warwick?

Shopping & Things To Do

Warwick is locally-known as the “Retail Capital of Rhode Island” for a reason. There are a ton of options here, whether you’re looking for major retailers or local shops. Take a trip down Route 2 and you’ll find dozens of shopping plazas, Warwick Mall, Rhode Island Mall, and more!

Restaurants & Nightlife

Nearby Cranston and East Greenwich may steal the limelight for local dining, but Warwick’s food scene is nothing to scoff at. There are plenty of choices beyond the “chain restaurants” along Bald Hill Road. Many of which are highly rated among local foodies in RI.

Recreation & Activities

At nearly 50 sq. miles, Warwick has a lot of space and opportunity for recreation. Beaches, public parks, golf courses, historic villages, and fun annual festivals are plentiful in this city. Some might even say Warwick residents are a little spoiled because of their easy access to Goddard Park and RI tourism favorites like the Warwick Neck Lighthouse.

Schools & Education

Living in Warwick also provides you and your family with quite a few education options, both private and public. Use the links below to find more information on a specific school or visit the website

Transportation & Getting Around

T.F. Green Airport

Warwick sits right at the junction of Interstates 295 and 95, so getting around in a car here is very easy. Traveling abroad? Well, you have T.F. Green Airport right around the corner, Rhode Island’s only international airport.

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Distance to T.F. Green Airport: 2 miles

Train Station

Distance to Providence Train Station: 13.5 miles

Government, City & Town Links

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

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