The best part of living at 11 Eleventh Avenue in Buttonwoods is your access to sandy beaches, tennis courts, a playground, basketball court, baseball field, nature trails, and a historic community building called The Casino with two manual bowling alleys and kid’s activities. This waterview Victorian cottage was built in the late 1800’s and has a wrap-around enclosed porch and 16x16 deck with views of Narragansett Bay. Inside, the living room has a wood stove insert that does a nice job providing supplemental heat to the first floor. There are hardwoods throughout, replacement windows, a brand new roof and the house is set up for and includes a generator. This home is quite livable as is, but is more of a diamond in the rough. Around the corner is a beautiful historic chapel still used for weddings and non-denominational services. Buttonwoods Beach offers a close sense of community built on events that includes a 4th of July bike parade & kiddie races, a gathering at The Point for 4th of July fireworks, monthly supper club, and the annual Steak Fry, to name a few. Come see what a special place this is to live. (No flood insurance required.)
Warwick is the second largest city in Rhode Island. It was the site of what is regarded as one of the seminal actions leading to the Revolutionary War, the burning of the HMS Gaspee. Today Warwick is enjoyed for its 39 miles of beautiful coastline with several fresh and saltwater beaches alongside marinas, waterfront restaurants and historic lighthouses.