Swansea, incorporated in 1785, is a quiet suburb that still provides easy access to surrounding cities and attractions. Popular destinations include Swansea Town Beach, Village Park/ Abrams Rock for bike rides, and Swansea Country Club, dubbed Providence Business News’ most popular golf facility in the region.

A variety of real estate is available in Swansea, including waterfront properties. Architectural styles include Colonials, Craftsman, Cape, and Ranches. Homes in Swansea vary in size and price, so whether it’s a single­ or multi­-family home, a condo or apartment, there is a home for sale that will meet any need. Families can take a trip to Covel Estates Playground or meet the animals at Simcock Farm and enjoy some homemade ice cream.

Molly Armando


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