Warwick is a city in Kent County, Rhode Island that is rich in military, nautical and industrial history. With over 81,000 people, Warwick is the second largest city in the Ocean State.
Incorporated in 1913, Warwick residents are very proud of their history and celebrate it everysummer with the Gaspee Days. The Gaspee Days are meant to commemorate the burning of the British HMS Gaspee by Rhode Island patriots in 1772 and take place throughout the months of May and June. The celebration consists of a parade, fireworks, a 5k race, arts and crafts and other community events.
When the Gaspee Days are over, residents and visitors alike can enjoy many other historical attractions that the city has to offer—including preserved houses. Clouds Victorian House Museum is a private home built in 1872 by William Smith Slater. It is one of Warwick’s oldest homes and has been operated by the same family since it was built. The museum is open for tours every day.
The city is very accessible to visitors due to being home to Rhode Island’s main airport, T.F. Green Airport, and many hotels. Visitors can enjoy the various shops throughout the city from small and independently owned stores to the Warwick and Rhode Island Malls.
With so many attractions and amenities, Warwick is not only a great city to visit but to live in. Warwick has a variety of real estate from historical to contemporary homes with a variety of architectural styles such as Cape Cod, Gambrel, and Ranch. Single and multi Family homes for sale are available as well as condominiums and apartments. In Rhode Island’s second largest city, there is sure to be a home that matches any family size and budget.