Rent to Own Homes in Rhode Island

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3 Beds, 3 Baths

Warwick, RI 02886

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School: Greenwood School
Grocery: Mvc Enterprises
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Lincoln, RI 02865

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School: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Academy
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5 Beds, 5 Baths

Warwick, RI 02888

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School: Wyman School
Grocery: West Shore Market
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5 Beds, 3 Baths

West Warwick, RI 02893

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School: Tides School
Grocery: Roch's Fruit & Produce Inc
Restaurant: Aquilantes Bistro Tavern
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Providence, RI 02909

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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Coventry, RI 02816

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Cranston, RI 02910

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Restaurant: Ebisu Japanese Restaurant
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Middletown, RI 02842

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School: Middletown High School
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Restaurant: Newport Creamery Ice Cream
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Portsmouth, RI 02871

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Top 16 Reasons to Live in Rhode Island

  • The beaches, of course! You cant think of Rhode Island without picturing a view of the ocean. Being near more than 400 miles of coastline, you know that you will be spending a lot of time at the beach, regardless of what neighborhood you live in. That expansive shoreline is home to more than 100 public beaches. The most popular of these beachfront destinations are Sand Hill Cove, Scarborough, and Misquamicut State Beach. If you have kids, you definitely need to check out the Lil Rhody waterfront.
  • Fresh bread on the honor system! At Daddys Bread in Matunuck, you can get some of the freshest, most wonderful bread youve ever tasted. And the cost for this warm goodness? Well, thats up to you, because at this family-run bakery its all based on the honor system. Thats just the sort of place Rhode Island is.
  • In Rhode Island, youre close to everything! Did you know that because Rhode Island is so small, you can actually drive across the entire state in under an hour? Its true, and there are no tolls! As a matter of fact, the state is so small that it only has one area code: 401. That means you can catch a Pawtucket Red Sox game at McCoy Stadium and still have enough time to experience the iconic seaside mansions in Newport in the same day.
  • Local seafood and drink specialties! Rhode Island has some of the freshest seafood in the United States. That means fish, crabs and of course, the almighty lobster. Eat local goodies like stuffies, grinders, and doughboys, and then wash them down with some local drinks, such as cabinets, coffee milk and Awful-Awfuls, which, despite the name, is delicious.
  • The home of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, and more! Newport, R.I., is home to the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Dedicated to the long history of the game of tennis, this museum is home to everything associated with the game and attracts visiting fans from all corners of the earth. Newport is also home to the Naval War College and several training centers located at Naval Station Newport.
  • Summer White Houses and the Cliff Walk! The Cliff Walk is considered Newports top attraction. Designated in 1975 as a National Recreation Trail, Cliff Walk is a three and a half mile long trail that is close enough to the water to hear the ocean break on the cliff. As wildflowers bloom in the background, walk behind many of the gilded mansions that once were several presidents and business leaders summer homes.
  • Colleges galore! Rhode Island offers up more than a few great choices when it comes to receiving a higher education. Topping the list are such fine institutions as Brown University, Bryant University, the University of Rhode Island, Johnson & Wales University, Naval War College and Roger Williams University.
  • Perfect for a sports fanatic! This area offers up great access to some of the best professional teams in the whole country. Youre a quick drive away from all of Bostons pro teams, including the Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins. Your new rent to own house is in the perfect location for a super fan.
  • Always a festival in Rhode Island! Eighty-six years of tradition continue in Rhode Island with the Annual Greek Festival. Its guaranteed to be filled with great dancing and food every single year. But thats not the only festival in the area! From county fairs and film festivals to summer events, such as the Sunset Music Series and Beaches & Boats, theres always something fun coming up on the calendar.
  • Classic Bowens Wharf is overflowing with culture! If you love cobblestone walkways and 18th century architecture, then youll love having Bowens Wharf near your rent to own home. Its the center of Newports shopping district and filled with local eateries. Bowens Wharf is also home to several events, including a seafood festival, boat shows and the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
  • One of the best places to sail! As one of the top-ranked sailing locations in the United States, Newport was the home to the world-renowned New York Yacht Clubs Americas Cup for over seventy years. Celebrities and politicians, such as President John F. Kennedy, often frequented the city to sail.
  • Tax reason #1: The entire state has been declared an "art" district! This means the sale of any art within the state of Rhode Island is exempt from taxes. This has energized local artists to live and create here. Art enthusiasts from all over the world come to the Ocean State to shop for their next big purchase at places like Charlestown Gallery and Greenaway Gallery.
  • Tax reason #2: Drink up! Wine and spirits are tax-free! Rhode Island recently made all wine and spirits sales tax exempt. While it is still in a trial period, if the program shows promise and sales see a real boost, lawmakers are sure to make the exemption a permanent state fixture. So, the next time youre at the English Cellar Alehouse or enjoying a French meal at Rue de LEspoir, order an extra pint or glass with the money youre saving.
  • Castle Hill Inn is as picturesque as they come! Located adjacent to a small cape where Narragansett Bay meets the gorgeous Atlantic Ocean, this home was built in 1874 and now serves as a luxury hotel. Once the summer home of Alexander Agassiz, a famous scientist and explorer, this location offers an unspoiled view of the waterfront and is known for being a great place to observe the areas marine wildlife.
  • History is everywhere you look! Rhode Island was the first American colony to reject the British crown. While the West Coast of the United States considers the 1900s old, in Newport, Rhode Island, they have the White Horse Tavern, which as been in operation since 1673.
  • Not convinced? Still havent fallen in love with Rhode Island? How about the fact that George Washington really slept here, Mr. Potato Head was created here, and you can still get into a professional baseball game for only nine bucks!