After years in the planning, the new Reynolds Farm development got underway earlier this year. Potential buyers looking for a new home in North Kingstown will find a lot to like about this traditional neighborhood development that offers a variety of neighborhoods and home designs to fit numerous lifestyles, as well as plenty of convenient access to shopping, schools and major interstates.
Access to good schools is a priority for many home buyers. Residents of Reynolds Farm have both public and private schools available, from elementary through to higher education. The public grade schools are Fishing Cove Elementary School, Davisville Middle School, and North Kingstown High School, while some of the private schools include West Bay Christian Academy (K-8) and South County Montessori School (PreK-3) in North Kingstown, and Rocky Hill School (PreK-12) in nearby East Greenwich, all within 15 minutes from Reynolds Farm.
For students who prefer to stay closer to home when they head off to college, Rhode Island is home to a number of well-respected institutions, including the University of Rhode Island in Kingston. Meanwhile, Providence is home to Brown University, the Rhode Island School of Design, Johnson & Wales University, and Providence College, all within 20 miles of Reynolds Farm.
Whether you have students traveling to school or you’re travelling for work, one of the many benefits of Reynolds Farm is its location. Right off Post Road, south of the Quonset Gateway, Reynolds offers ideal access to major roads, airports, and cities. Located near all major interstates, it’s also less than 20 minutes to T.F. Green Airport, and less than 30 minutes to Providence.
But life shouldn’t be all work and no play. Reynolds Farm is a great starting point for a variety of fun outings. It is minutes from historic downtown Wickford, and you can be in Newport and on the beaches in less than half an hour. Of course, the Reynolds Farm development will eventually also have its own shopping and dining attractions, with space set aside for retail & restaurant options.
Since the property was first bought in 1771 by John Reynolds, Reynolds Farm has been a place of family as the land was passed down through the generations. If you’re looking for a new home for your own family, Reynolds Farm may be the perfect place to set down your own roots.