Blog March 23, 2017

A Walk Through Warwick and North Kingstown’s Waterfront Luxury

Nestled along Narragansett Bay, waterfront homes are plentiful in North Kingstown. From Plum Point Beach through Wickford Cove, up past Quonset Naval Base and almost touching Potowamut, North Kingstown has a fair share of waterfront coastline. Though the town does feature several lakes and ponds, oceanfront is the main water attraction for North Kingstown. The charming neighborhood of Wickford offers waterfront real estate with a small-town feel.

At 4 Matteson Street, you can experience waterfront Wickford first hand. Tucked away in Wickford Cove, this Dutch Colonial features and inspiring expansive lawn with a gazebo overlooking the water. Just south of Wickford Village is the waterfront community of Bissel Cove.



Here at 36 Worsley Avenue, this quaint community features access to boating, fishing and swimming. Additional highlights of North Kingstown include high-speed ferry service to Martha’s Vineyard and the annual Quonset Air Show.


Wading north you’ll find waterfront luxury in the City of Warwick. From the marinas of Greenwich Cove to the mouth of the Pawtuxet River waterfront homes hug the coast. Homes like 455 Narragansett Bay Avenue feature a 240-foot seawall and panoramic water views. At 53 Tenth Avenue, experience luxury waterfront living from an exquisite Victorian cottage in Olde Buttonwoods.


If you’re looking for waterfront condominiums in Warwick, look no further than 1 Naushon Avenue. With over 3,000 square feet of living space, these waterfront condominiums include dock access and expansive water views of the head of Narragansett Bay.

Join us through Saturday as we travel through some of the finest in waterfront luxury listings Rhode Island has to offer.