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No school Foster Glocester!

Have we talked about Glocester recently? Coincidentally, Glocester was on the list of picturesque towns from our last blog. As a child living in Rhode Island, you may also remember snowy days hearing, no school Foster, Glocester on the radio!

So, Glocester is in northwestern Rhode Island. The population was 9,974 as of the 2020 census. The villages of Chepachet and Harmony are in Glocester. Putnam Pike (U.S. Route 44) runs through the town center of Glocester into Putnam, Connecticut.

If you visit this site you will get a glimpse of Glocester as a “beautiful place in which to live, work, and play”.  Currently, there are approximately 20 homes for sale.

Check out this link to see what you think of the real estate in Glocester. Contact us if you see something you like!

No School Foster, Glocester!

And, another place that comes to mind that is right next door. Foster is in Providence County as well.

According to wiki-travel:

“Foster is a beautiful part of Rhode Island and is one of the last that has yet to be built up. The terrain, sights, climate, and atmosphere are all conducive to zipping up a light jacket and taking a brisk walk through autumn leaves, or biking down a battered trail. Outdoorsy people will not be bored in Foster”

Land for Sale from The Dias Team

If you’re considering building your dream home look at our listing on 56 Heather Lane, Scituate RI 02857. This zip code includes the three towns in Providence County; Foster, Glocester and Scituate.

Historically, Scituate was once made up of a multitude of small villages, including North Scituate, Hope, Ashland, Clayville, Elmdale, Fiskeville, Glenn Rock, Harrisdale, Jackson, Kent, Ponaganset, Potterville, Richmond, Rockland, Saundersville, and South Scituate. Foster was incorporated as a separate town in 1781, taking the western half of Scituate.

56 Heather Lane ViewNextDoor

56 Heather Lane, Scituate $249,900 Land for Sale

Joe Dias III, owner broker of The Dias Team

Phone: (401) 639-3163