Warwick Real Estate

    Whether your interest lies in boating and shoreline activities or researching colonial America, Warwick is a great place to start. However, even if you would just like to have no destination or goal for the day, the City of Warwick has 39 miles of coastline and some of the most spectacular views of Narragansett Bay.

    Founded in 1642, Warwick is currently home to 82,672 residents. Warwick has witnessed major events in American History. Warwick was the home of revolutionary war general Nathanael Greene, George Washington’s second in command and the site of The Gaspee Affair which was a significant prelude to the American Revolution.

    From McDermott Pool, to Thayer Area, Goddard Park, City Park and countless playgrounds and ball fields, the outdoor space and activities available in Warwick are endless. Home to Actor James Woods, birth place of Ghost Hunters and numerous other accomplished residents who called it home, Warwick has something for everyone!

    Warwick City Hall:                              http://www.warwickri.gov/

    Warwick Police Department:             http://www.warwickpd.com/

    Warwick Public Schools:                     http://www.warwickschools.org/

    Warwick Library System:                    http://www.warwicklibrary.org/

    Visit Warwick:                                     http://www.visitwarwickri.com