Tucked away on a private wooded lot just shy of two acres, 426 Carpenter Road is a quirky family compound that is both unique and versatile. An addition was added abo...
Listing courtesy of Steele Realty Consultants LLC.
Welcome to this Remarkable Home Situated On Almost 3 ACRES. Inviting & Open Floor Plan is Perfect for ENTERTAINING. Fireplaced Family Room w/ Pellet Stove Insert for Am...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Real Estate Center.
This vintage cape style home was built circa 1680 and has been expertly and completely renovated while maintaining its charm and character. The center staircase is custom...
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams N. Kingstown.
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Scituate is a town located in Providence County only a short drive east of the state capital. Its name comes from the original spelling of the Indian word “satuit,” which means “cold river.” The town’s main feature is the Scituate Reservoir, the state’s biggest body of fresh water. Known for its old farms, expansive apple orchards, and stunning forests, Scituate is a charming, quiet community to live in. Residents of Scituate enjoy a mix of suburban amenities and untouched natural beauty, all within a short distance of great schools and recreation.
Real estate in Scituate consists of single-family homes. There are a variety of designs and styles in 10 neighborhoods, ranging from Colonial and Ranch to Victorian. Some Scituate homes date back to the early 1800s, though there are contemporary homes available as well. Since Scituate is a rural town, lots of homes feature spacious lawns. A variety of choices means there is something to suit nearly every budget and lifestyle. Scituate even has empty lots remaining to create the home of your dreams.
Scituate homes are close to fun recreational events. The town gathers together for the annual Scituate Art Festival, held on Columbus Day weekend, features over 300 artists in an outdoor gallery on the village green, with sculpture, antiques, and other crafts. For a family outing, the Swamp Meadow Community Theatre puts on shows ranging from classic plays to musicals. To practice your golfing skills, visit Alpine Country Club. Scituate organizes youth sports leagues throughout the year. For a relaxing nature outing, Snake Den State Park has 1,000 acres of undeveloped land with walking trails, flowers, and a working farm. In addition to local resources, residents are only a short drive away from the big-city amenities in Providence, like the Roger Williams Park Zoo.
Shopping and dining in and around Scituate is easy to reach. The nearby Warwick Mall features more than 80 stores, including Nordstrom Rack, JC Penny, Target, and Macy’s. Hungry shoppers can grab a bite at the mall’s restaurants, such as Red Robin, Pinkberry, and Buffalo Wild Wings. The mall’s 12-screen Showcase Cinema is a great place to catch the latest blockbusters. In North Scituate, find groceries at Brigido’s Fresh Market. Rhode Island Mall, also in Warwick, features Walmart, Kohl’s, and Lands’ End. Local dining offers a variety of cuisines to suit many tastes. Howard’s Chowder Shack specializes in fish and chips, clam chowder, and seafood sandwiches. Knight Farm, a family-owned business, serves hearty breakfast and lunch in addition to serving as a pick-your-own apple orchard.
Traveling in and around Scituate is easy thanks to the proximity of the interstates and public bus routes. Residents of Scituate are served by the Scituate School Department. These programs serve all grade levels. For alternative education, there are several private schools in the area. The short drive to Providence offers 5 campuses for higher education.