Little Compton

Those looking for a remote and quiet oasis will feel right at home in scenic Little Compton. The quiet town is bounded on the west by the Sakonnet River, on the north by the town of Tiverton, and on the east by the Massachusetts state border. It is located about 45 minutes from Newport, and 40 minutes from New Bedford.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.4M
Lowest Price $349K
Highest Price $4.1M
Total Listings 18
Avg. Days On Market 82
Avg. Price/SQFT $614

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More about Little Compton

Little Compton is predominantly comprised of sprawling landscapes and remote farmlands. The entire town commons is on the National Register of Historic Places. The oldest property in Little Compton, the Samuel Wilbore house, was built in 1692 and is now the home of the Little Compton Historic Society. Visitors to Little Compton enjoy exploring Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyard, taking in the views of the Sakonnet lighthouse, and exploring the town commons and historical sites.

Little Compton’s quiet beachfront at South Shore Beach, and the Goosewing Beach Preserve, is unrivaled. Other activities include treking the Dundery Brook Trail, or taking a drive around Little Compton’s picturesque neighborhoods and conserved lands. Southern most points along Sakonnet Point offer 180-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean out to Cuttyhunk and the Elizabeth Islands, the Sakonnet Lighthouse, and Aquidneck Island.

Real Estate in Little Compton includes luxurious, sprawling beachfront estates, colonial era shingle styles and farmhouses, contemporary villas, Nantucket style homes, and mid-high end modern homes.