Incorporated in 1913, West Warwick is the youngest town in Rhode Island. Despite having just under eight square miles of land, West Warwick is one of the most populated towns in the
Ocean State. Many of Rhode Island’s old mills were located in West Warwick and produced textile for clothing such as cotton. Many of these mills still stand today along the Pawtuxet River.
Residents and visitors alike can enjoy enjoy the outdoors at West Warwick's Riverpoint Park and its riverwalk along the Pawtuxet River or take a bike ride through the adjacent bike path.Golf enthusiasts will appreciate the two country clubs in the town—the public Midville Country Club and semi-private West Warwick Country Club.
Some real estate in West Warwick date back to the mid19th century with classic architectural styles like Historic Greek Revival. Single family homes are popular in town with styles such as Ranch and Victorian Colonial. Other types of homes are for sale, however, like condominiums and multi-family houses.