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Rhode Island Residential Land Information
Are you looking for residential land and property to buy in Rhode Island? Browse Land and Farm for land and rural property for sale in Rhode Island, including residential land and property currently listed for sale in the Ocean State. Recent listings in Rhode Island of residential land and property for sale totaled about 5,400 acres of residential land and property and a combined market value of $891 million. The average price of residential land and property for sale in Rhode Island was $745,904. Browse all residential property and land for sale in Rhode Island to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. Rhode Island is the smallest state in the country, as well as its smallest agricultural economy. Wedged between Connecticut and Massachusetts, its scenic coastal areas comprise pretty Atlantic beaches, bays and inlets. The state's wildlife agency manages 60,000 acres of land, including 25 wildlife management areas where hunters can shoot for deer, wild turkey and duck, among other species.


Rhode Island Residential Land Information
Are you looking for residential land and property to buy in Rhode Island? Browse Land and Farm for land and rural property for sale in Rhode Island, including residential land and property currently listed for sale in the Ocean State. Recent listings in Rhode Island of residential land and property for sale totaled about 5,400 acres of residential land and property and a combined market value of $891 million. The average price of residential land and property for sale in Rhode Island was $745,904. Browse all residential property and land for sale in Rhode Island to find residential land and properties that suit your lifestyle needs, from existing residential homes and estates to land ready for future residential-property development. Rhode Island is the smallest state in the country, as well as its smallest agricultural economy. Wedged between Connecticut and Massachusetts, its scenic coastal areas comprise pretty Atlantic beaches, bays and inlets. The state's wildlife agency manages 60,000 acres of land, including 25 wildlife management areas where hunters can shoot for deer, wild turkey and duck, among other species.