City of Warwick, Rhode Island
Why would you want to come to the city of Warwick, Rhode Island? Well for one, it's my hometown! Two, it has a lot of waterfront property. Three, it has a lot of great history.
Here is a little history. Warwick was founded in 1642, and we are the "sister" city of Warwick, England. Rhode Island became the 13th state in 1790. Rhode Island was prominent in the King Phillip War. But you can find all the history you want on Warwick here Warwick Rhode Island. You can read about local lore at Quahog.com
Warwick is comprised of approximately 18 Villages, and in each of these villages are little communities. For instance, I live in Highland Beach, in the village of Warwick Neck, in the City of Warwick.
When in Warwick you can
- Sail your boat on the Narragansett Bay Sailing the Narragansett Bay (This may take a moment or two to watch).
- Take a day trip to the Conimicut Lighthouse and the Warwick Lighthouse
- Go to a beach at Oakland Beach, Conimicut Beach or City Park Beach.
- Hang around at one of the many marinas
- Go antiquing
- Go Quahogging
- Take a day trip to look at historical places like the burning of the Gaspee
- Spend a day at one of our two malls.
- Walk or ride the Bike path
- Visit the Museum of Art at City Hall in the historic village of Appanoug.
- Read up about the Indians that a lot of the villages are named after.
- View the Fall Foliage
For those of you interested in neighborhoods, I will be doing Village Blogs on all the Villages in Warwick. And more specifically the Communities in the Villages.
Here is the view from my home in Warwick, Rhode Island
If you're looking for a Realtor who really knows the city, email me and let me show you the delightful City of Warwick