Coventry, RI Homes For Sale

The Perfect Blend of Suburban and Rural Living

Coventry, RI is a popular place to live! It is the largest town (area wise) in the smallest state.  If you are thinking of moving to Coventry, RI, here are some things to consider. Property taxes are average for the state of Rhode Island.  Coventry, RI has two main areas, “In town” and “Western.”    “In town” refers to the centrally located neighborhoods such as Blackrock, Hunter’s Crossing and Wood Estates. Western is more rural,  Horses and farm animals are permitted, and properties are spread out and much more private. Coventry is also home to Johnson’s pond.  Many homes in Wood Estates are waterfront. The ponds snakes its way through Coventry, so there are actually many opportunities to be on the pond. Events are held throughout the summer on the pond, including Fourth of July Fireworks and a water skiing show.

Coventry home prices are about average for Rhode Island.  Right now we are still in a strong sellers market, and homes are only on the market for a few days before going under contract. If you would like to be notified as soon as homes hit the market in Coventry, please use the contact form below and I will set it up!

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Things to Do In Coventry, RI

Outdoor Activities

Coventry RI has a beautiful bike path called the Greenway. It was part of the rails to trails program.  Old railroad track were  transformed into paths for biking, running and walking. The trail Coventry RI bike path is very scenic, with views of Johnson’s pond, old mills and bridges. Coventry also has great athletic programs for the kids including basketball, football and soccer as well as a popular summer camp program.

 

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If you are looking for restaurants or nightlife, you will need to head out of town. While there are a few good family restaurants, the selection is quite limited. Two of the popular restaurants are Dragon Palace for awesome Chinese and  Old Theater Diner for classic American meals. I also really like the Bean Barn for coffee and breakfast sandwiches.

Most of the shopping is located either on Tiogue Avenue or in the Center of New England.  There is a Stop and Shop on Tiogue Avenue, and a Super Walmart, and BJ’s located in the Center of New England. If you are located in Western Coventry, you are approximately 20-30 minutes from the nearest grocery store, but there is a small general store to pick up essential like milk and eggs.

History of Coventry, RI

Don't Be Alarmed if You Hear Booms

Coventry is home to the Nathanial Greene Homestead. Here you can explore the house of one of the most famous American war generals, Nathanael Greene. They hold war re-enactments and set of canons.  The running joke is “What was that boom?”  This is a fun, educational activity for families in Coventry.

There is also the Paine House Museum if you  want to learn more about the town  You can take a  peak into Coventry’s past by visiting Paine House Museum. There are also fun events there where families can roam outside the museum to buy antiques and homemade goods. You won’t want to miss out on the loads of fun this museum offers its visitors.

Coventry, RI

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