About Ferry Landing:
Ferry Landing Condominiums is a community of 73 town home style condominiums in a pastoral setting surrounded by walking trails with lots of opportunity for great outdoor living. Ferry Landing Condominiums are located on the northwest corner of Aquidneck Island enjoying views of the Mount Hope Bridge and beautiful Upper Narragansett Bay. A newer community, most units were built in 2004 with two level living and garages in most floor plans. There are finished basements, large open living areas, cathedral ceilings and Master Suites located on main floors in some units and second floors in others. There are a small number of rented units in Ferry Landing with a large percentage of those rentals to Navy families stationed at the War College in Newport.
Living At Ferry Landing
Popular with families with school aged children and Navy families, Ferry Landing is part of the well regarded Portsmouth School System.
Portsmouth has many farms and is a destination for many Rhode Islander's in the fall for the annual corn maze at Escobar's Highland Farm. There are several family owned farms on the island helping support Rhode Islands popular locally sourced food movement, for example Aquidneck Farms and Sweet Berry Farms with it's popular farmers and flowers markets. In addition there are several vineyards, including Greenvale Vineyards on Wapping Road, popular for their Sunday Jazz and Wine afternoons in the summer. The Aquidneck Grower's Market has it's farmer's market year round with the winter market held inside the old Parishioner's Hall at St. Mary's Episcopal Church.
There's also Polo for great family fun tailgating at Glenn Farm. With it's family friendly atmosphere, wholesome atmosphere and proximity to Newport, Bristol and Providence, Ferry Landing is an ideal location for your next home purchase. Find homes for sale in Ferry Landing click HERE
About Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Portsmouth is a quiet, full service Rhode Island community. Many homes are connected to public water and sewar, while a good portion are on wells or septic tanks.
Portsmouth is known to be one of the better public school systems in the state and is also home to private academies The Portsmouth Abby boarding schoo and the Catholic elementary school St. Philomena. There are two golf courses, a modern hotel (many more in Newport, just several miles down the road), antique shops and marinas. Across the Mount Hope Bridge to the west lies the historic communities of Bristol, Warren and Barrington with their myriad restaurants, night spots and the popular East Bay Bike Path which you can ride all the way into the capital city of Providence.
The primary grocery store in Portsmouth is Clements Market. There is a Stop & Shop and a Shaws in Middletown close by, as well as specialty grocers The Green Grocer, Nature's Goodness and A Market in nearby Newport.