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An affluent seaside community located on Aquidneck Island.

Welcome to Newport

A unique city that blends nature, sea, and luxury.
Newport, Rhode Island, is a seaside community located on Aquidneck Island. Newport is one of New England’s oldest cities and is a beacon for refined, coastal living. A walk downtown dazzles residents and visitors with its historic buildings steeped in rich, intricate architecture, and its harbors and marinas provide a haven for top-dollar yachts and sailboats, who frequent nearby waters for days comprised of sun and sea. 
Newport, RI real estate offers a sought-after lifestyle where the charm of a seaside village meets opulent amenities. Newport, RI's properties can include Gilded Age estates that are tucked neatly along Bellevue Avenue, while historical single-family homes and cottages reside within beloved neighborhoods, all while boasting tree-lined streets and a nice ambiance. 

What to Love

  • Fresh and upscale seafood dining options throughout Newport
  • Access to high-end shopping and designer stores
  • Sailing, fishing, and more premium beach activities are available
  • Beautiful Newport, RI homes for sale as well as historical architecture
  • A variety of fine Newport houses for sale to choose from

Local Lifestyle - Living in Newport

Living in Newport is an everyday vacation. Locals have access to world-class dining, shopping, and entertainment just steps from their homes. Walkable streets allow residents to soak up the salty, sunshine-fueled air as they take scenic strolls with neighbors or head to dinner with friends. New England’s beautiful coast is just moments away, and locals embrace the area’s authentic beach culture with relaxing days spent swimming or building sandcastles. Newport’s various festivals and events throughout the year are prized and well-loved, only adding to the area’s strong sense of community. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping in Newport

A stroll through Newport will take you to various local breweries and wineries, where finding the perfect drink is a must. Enjoy a glass of wine while taking in views of New England’s prosperous countryside at Newport Vineyards. For an elegant dinner on the Sakonnet River, be sure to reserve a table at the Boat House Waterfront Dining. This nearby restaurant located in Tiverton combines incredible views with upscale seafood dishes. Enjoy a light brunch at 12 Metre Cafe, whose open-air patio is the perfect place to dine on your favorite classic dishes. 
The infamous Thames Street is your go-to destination for all things shopping. Its numerous boutiques provide a plethora of items for customers, from fashion to jewelry to specialty gifts and more. 

Things to Do in Newport

Newport’s festivals and events attract thousands of people to the area. The month of May brings the annual Newport Oyster & Chowder Festival, located in Bowen’s Wharf. This event kicks off warm weather with fresh seafood, boutique shopping, and live music. Be sure to attend the Newport Folk Festival in July, which combines music, food, and art exhibits into one central location. Each August, enjoy the East Coast's largest Jazz celebration at the Newport Jazz Festival. This event lasts several days and features incredible cuisine, beverages, and live music performances. 
Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Fort Adams State Park. This park sits on a 19th-century fort and offers a plethora of things to do, including sightseeing, swimming, and sailing. 

Schools in Newport

Newport Public Schools serve the community of Newport. 

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Demographics and Employment Data for Newport, RI

Newport has 10,177 households, with an average household size of 2.15. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Newport do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 25,322 people call Newport home. The population density is 3,307.55 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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49.11 / 50.89%

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Schools in Newport, RI

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The following schools are within or nearby Newport. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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