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Burrillville

Burrillville is a rural town located in Providence County in the northwest corner of Rhode Island. Incorporated in 1806, this quiet town is rich with history dating back to the Industrial Revolution. Its multiple villages are named after the original mills that stood there. Preserved historic buildings such as the Assembly Theater, built during the Great Depression in 1933, and the Bridgeton Schoolhouse, built in 1897, are still standing.

Because of its landscape, there is much to do outside in Burrillville with management areas to hike, fish, bike, hunt, and bird watch. Hikers coming from the Buck Hill Management Area can view the historic obelisk tri-state marker where Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut meet. Golf clubs, fishing areas, farms, orchards, a bike path, and a skate park are just a few fabulous activities on offer. Spring Lake Beach and Arcade is also open from June until Labor Day and is home to the "world's oldest" penny arcade.

Burrillville is the perfect place for anyone who loves the outdoors, great views, and quietude. Most real estate in Burrillville offers large yards, beautiful views, and privacy. Homes are available in a range of architectural styles such as Colonial, Cape, Country, and Ranch. For those who enjoy gorgeous scenery, lakes, open spaces, outdoor activities, restaurants, or shops, there are homes for sale with enviable proximity including Condominiums, multi-family,­ and single-­family houses.

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More About Burrillville

Burrillville is a beautiful, rural community of 58 square miles located in the northwest corner of Rhode Island. These villages grew around the original mill complexes, and a felling of tradition and identification with the industrial period endures. Most residents identify primarily by their village name.


Impressions/Character

The town is centrally located and is an easy commute to Providence, Boston, Worcester and Hartford. With abundant open space, woodlands, pristine lakes, ponds, rivers, streams and awe-inspiring scenery, Burrillville residents enjoy a wonderful quality of life as well as a rich history dating back to America's Industrial Revolution. Oakland and Harrisville respectively have earned a place on the National Register of Historic Places. Oakland is noted as a pretty village clustered around a substantial stone mill, situated on high ground overlooking a millpond of about 75 acres. Harrisville is now considered the center of Burrillville because of its impressive Town Hall in the middle of the historic district.

Villages/Neighborhoods

Burriville is made up of the villages of Bridgeton, Echo Lake, Gazzaville, Glendale, Graniteville, Harrisville, Huntsville, Laurel Hill, Mapleville, Mohegan, Nasonville, Valley, Oakland, Pascoag, Round Top, Sand Beach, Saxonville, Tarkiln, Wallum Lake, and Whipple.

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