South Kingstown is a town in Washington County, Rhode Island. The town has 14 villages andis home to roughly 30,600 residents. With over ten miles of beaches, South Kingstown is a popular tourist destination in the summer.
South Kingstown is lively yearround being the home to the University of Rhode Island. URI is in the village of Kingston and is home to the Thomas M. Ryan Center that hosts a variety of events from concerts to sports to circuses.
Residents have an easy time getting around with the Kingston Train Station. The train station also has the Rhode Island Railroad Museum which is open to the public.
With homes for sale that are steps from the beaches, South Kingstown is a perfect place to live for anyone who’s ever dreamed of living by the water. Real estate in South Kingstown varies in style and price range from elegant waterfront properties to modest singlefamily ranches.
South Kingstown is strategically located at the crossroads of major transportation networks, but maintains a good balance between the fast-pace of urban life and the close-knit social fabric of a suburban community.
Single family homes, many with large lots are the norm. There is an excellent school system and the town is renowned for its high levels of community participation. The South Kingstown community has everything needed for a fun day close to the ocean side, including numerous pubs and grilles, Entertainment Cinemas, and The Ryan Center and Boss Ice Arena with its concerts, family events, and sports programs for all seasons.
South Kingstown is comprised of several villages: Green Hill, Indian Lake Shore, Kingston, Matunuck, Middlebridge, Peace Dale, Perryville, Snug Harbor, Tower Hill, Usquepaugh, Wakefield and West Kingston.