Founded by Roger Williams in 1636, Providence is recognized as one of the country’s oldest cities. Also referred to as “The Creative Capital,” Providence is known for its rich  history and thriving arts and culture scene. Located in the northeast section of the state,

Providence is home to students, families, creatives and business people alike. The diverse city has a famous restaurant scene and was voted the #1 Food City in the U.S.  in 2012 by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine.

Providence is full of things to do for any age group and interest. Being home to one of  America’s oldest zoos, Roger Williams Park Zoo welcomes over half a million people  annually. Opened in 1872, the zoo is one of Rhode Island’s most popular tourist  attractions—praised by the New York Times for their award ­winning conservation efforts.

Providence also has more arts ­centered attractions such as Water Fire which runs every  year from May to November. Created in 1994 by Barnaby Evans, Water Fire is unique to  the state and is installed on the three rivers of Downtown Providence. It has been  praised by locals and international visitors alike and is viewed as a powerful work of art  highlighting the arched bridges and area of Waterplace Park.

With 25 neighborhoods, Providence real estate is as diverse as its residents offering  condominiums, multi-­family properties and single family homes of all price ranges. In this historical city, the homes for sale vary from Classic to Modern, some of which are  restored historic houses with Federal and Victorian architectural styles.

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