We are seeing craft beer become more popular all over the country as consumers are becoming more likely to try new things. South County is no different, as the expanding market has opened up the door for local entrepreneurs to open small brewery throughout the region.
As the craft beer industry grows even further, keep your eyes open for new breweries popping up all over Rhode Island's coastline and beyond.
“We love the private and serene setting of the ocean view home,” Lorraine Randall said. “It is home to nature’s peace and beauty, but also well-appointed for entertaining friends and family.”
“It’s been a treat working with the dedicated professionals during my brief time with Randall, Realtors,” Lemay said. “My experience locally combined with its second-to-none reputation made for a seamless sales process.”
There might not be a better place on earth to get married than South County, as there are venues for all tastes and wedding styles. Have a look at what these locations have to offer to begin planning your perfect wedding, New England style.
“We are thrilled to welcome Tracy to our team,” said Westerly’s Office Broker Manager Jim Abbott. “Her enthusiasm for real estate ties directly to her devotion to ensuring her clients’ utmost satisfaction each step of the way when buying, selling or building.”
“It was a pleasure to take part in the sale of such an important and historic local landmark,” said Chris and Amy Randall. “This tremendous property, located in the secluded waterfront neighborhood of Shelter Harbor, presents the new buyer a myriad of options; we are delighted to know that they intend to continue its use as an inn and restaurant.”
South County has an outstanding dining scene, with restaurants serving food from all over the globe. On any given day, you can enjoy Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, American, or seafood dishes from some of Rhode Island’s best chefs, and all within a short drive of the area’s top attractions.
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South County residents have access to a variety of winter hikes organized by Westerly Land Trust. The walks take place every Thursday morning and on select weekends throughout January and February, and provide an excellent opportunity to get out and navigate some wooded trails throughout the area.
“The ocean views of Misquamicut do not get better than this,” said Dottie Nigrelli, Broker and Manager of Randall Realtors’ Watch Hill office. “With four stories, two decks, and a stone’s throw to the water, this home will offer the perfect beach retreat for years to come.”
The area around Westerly has some of Rhode Island’s best hiking trails thanks to its dense forests and abundance of uninhabited land. The forests provide a great place to escape for a few hours, especially if you’re into peace and quiet or getting up close to some wildlife.
“We are proud to close on another million-dollar plus home in Westerly, especially one with this property’s classic charm and character,” added Dottie Nigrelli, Broker Associate/Manager at Randall Realtors’ Watch Hill office.
Several times each week all summer long, you'll have the chance to head to Ocean House Beach or the Weekapaug Inn to enjoy a meal and some entertainment well into the night. Some nights these venues hold a BBQ, other times it is a lobster boil or a clam bake, and in some cases, pizza is served, but the end result is always a great time.
Westerly is a beachfront community that was first settled by colonists in 1661 and became a municipality in 1669. Since that time, the town has unmistakably undergone significant changes, but its main attraction, its access to water, remains. In fact, in addition to its oceanfront beaches, the center also features saltwater ponds and freshwater rivers, so there are water and water-based activities everywhere.
The Granite Theatre in Westerly, RI provides a first-class venue for performances of some of the country’s most famous plays and musicals. A season at the Granite Theatre generally runs between early spring right until Christmas and brings popular shows that you’ve probably heard of running on Broadway to Westerly’s Granite Street