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South Kingstown, Rhode Island – Something for Everyone

South Kingstown, Rhode Island could easily be described as the epicenter of South County. The town is comprised of a variety of small villages, each with their own unique appeal. Snug Harbor, Green Hill and East Matunuck are a beach lovers dream while Perryville, Tuckertown and Usquepaugh cater to those who love the country life.  Historic Kingston, once home to Rhode Island’s State House, is now home to the University of Rhode Island and bustles with students and cultural amenities. Wakefield, and to a lesser extent, Peacedale, are the town’s commercial centers. South Kingstown’s 80 square miles make it the largest town in Rhode Island, yet the community definitely has a small town feel.

South Kingstown’s population ranges from families who value its top-rated school system to second home owners who enjoy the area’s many amenities. With 10 miles of sandy beaches, numerous marinas, tennis courts, bike path and abundant restaurants and boutiques, the area has much to offer both residents and seasonal visitors alike.

South Kingstown offers a residential setting for just about every preference:  four historic districts including historic downtown Wakefield; oceanfront properties along miles of coastline; a thriving mixed use development in South County Commons; a variety of lakeside living options; and an abundance of suburban neighborhoods.  No matter what your preference is, Compass New England can help you find the perfect accommodations for your needs.

If you’re looking to buy, sell or rent in or around South Kingstown, call the real estate company that has transacted more sales in Washington County than any other real estate firm for more than a quarter of a century — Compass New England, southern Rhode Island’s leading real estate firm.

Area Points of Interest:
East Matunuck State Beach
Perry-Carpenter Grist Mill
South County History Center
Theater by the Sea
Contemporary Theater
Hera Gallery
South County Art Association
Ryan Center
Hannah Robinson Tower
Point Judith