Castle Street—the newest trend in living. A neighborhood inside of the neighborhood, Castle Street offers a deep sense of community, secure living, and the beauty of feeling like you belong. It’s a nine-townhome pocket neighborhood that’s where you want to be.
Castle Street Pocket Neighborhood
The Castle Street pocket neighborhood is a clustered group of neighboring homes around a shared open space—a garden courtyard. However, each townhome still has a clear sense of territory as well as shared stewardship.
The unique setting encourages nearby neighbors to easily get to know one another. It’s ideal for empty nesters and single householders who want to find friendship or a helping hand nearby.
Shared Outdoor Space
The shared outdoor space at Castle Street is a key element of the neighborhood. All residents surrounding this common space take part in its care and will feel a deep sense of community with their newest friends.
And one of the best parts of Castle Street Cottages is how close you are to downtown East Greenwich. You’re within walking distance of an abundance of activities including shops, restaurants, bars, and more. All of which will keep you active from day ’til night.
The Town of East Greenwich is located in the center of Rhode Island along the west shore of Narragansett Bay. Greenwich Cove is the home of many small marinas and waterfront dining establishments.
Main Street, a typical small New England town street, provides for great shopping and dining opportunities. In fact, boutique shops line historic Main Street, and in warmer weather, provide an essential piece of the ambiance. Overall, the area is high energy, blending food, drinks, music, and boating. The walking tour of the Hill and Harbor district will allow you to travel back in time to the early days of the Revolution.
The crown jewel of the early architecture is the formidable building that serves as the Town Hall. The building has served as a prominent courthouse all through history and is recognized as one of the few surviving Federal-Georgian buildings of its size in Rhode Island. The building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.