Acreage, Water & Views….! Take the Fly Over!
Rich in history and riddled with quintessential New England charm, these 49 acres of waterfront property along the Kickemuit River are not only just plain breathtaking, but they could probably tell a story or two about its unique settlers and current residents. Dating back to 1720 and known as “Touisset”, which comes from the Native American name meaning “at the cornfield”, this very special spot feels as if you have gone back in time where the smell of the salt air and the sound of gentle breezes blowing through beach grass was all that inhabited this great peninsula. You would never know that just beyond the stonewalls, wildlife refuge and working farms exists the vibrant city of Providence, the Warren bike path and village, world class sailing and so much more. Touisset offers an unparalleled quality of life. What was one known as a summer community and agricultural mecca has now transformed into an active year round community with residents who come together to preserve and protect this very unique part of Southern New England. Whether you want to create an equestrian getaway, moor your boat just off the shoreline or enjoy the privacy 49 acres of history and beauty affords, you will not find a better place to create you own little paradise.