A historic town with sparkling seaside charm, Bristol, known as “America’s Most Patriotic Town,” is famous for being home to the nation’s oldest continuous Fourth of July celebration, which started in 1785. Fourth of July Celebrations begin every Flag Day, June 14th, and continue until the parade on the 4th. Festivities such as the concert series, Drum & Bugle Corps Competition, Rockwell Amusements Carnival, and fireworks fully embody the spirit of the holiday.

Homes for sale in Bristol range from historical to modern. Bristol real estate reflects an architectural legacy which spans over 300 years, showcasing classic examples of Federal and Greek Revival styles, as well as Italianate, Romanesque, Queen Anne, Gothic Revival, and Colonial Revival homes. With Roger Williams University, named after Rhode Island’s founder, the town offers plenty for students to go and do, including trending restaurants, coffee houses, and shops. Colt State Park provides amazing outdoor activity space along the coast with connection to the fabulous East Bay Bike Path. Historical sites such as the Blithewold Mansion, Bristol Ferry Lighthouse, Linden Place, and Coggeshall Farm Museum add more cultural allure.

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