Kenyon in Washington county, Rhode Island

Kenyon

For those who just want to get away from it all, enjoy nature, and be within a close driving distance to the beach, Kenyon may be perfect.

Kenyon, Rhode Island is one of the smallest villages in the state. Kenyon village belongs to the town of Richmond. The Pawcatuck River serves as the southern border for the town.

Kenyon is home to Kenyon Industries, a manufacturer supplying fabrics for a wide range of applications, including military and medical.

Kenyon is a rural village, with beautiful old trees hanging over the narrow roads. Vestiges of the railroad heyday are still seen around town. Bridges have been repaired to handle the heavy loads of modern day trucks and cars, however the old train tracks can be spotted just below them.

Driving through Kenyon, it is obvious that residents take pride in their village.

While Kenyon is nestled tightly in the forest of Rhode Island, the Charlestown beach is only a 15 minute drive away.

Community Summary

Population Growth (since 2010) -0.62 %
Population Density (people / sq. mile) 439.6
Household Size (people) 2.73
Households w/ Children 34.78 %
Annual Residential Turnover 1.75 %

Housing Inventory

Fair Market Rents

Gross rent estimates, localized to show expected pricing variations.

Studio $723
One Bedroom $882
Two Bedroom $1,104
Three Bedroom $1,402
Four Bedroom $1,742

Education

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Educational Climate Index
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Highest Level Attained

Population Demographics

Total: 135
Households: 46
Median Age: 43.01

Employment & Finance

Workforce
Income by dollar range (Median: $96,000)

Climate & Weather

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Public Elementary

School

RICHMOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Grades: PRESCHOOL-4
190 KINGSTOWN RD
WYOMING, RI 02898

THE R.Y.S.E SCHOOL
Grades: 4-12
459 SWITCH RD
WOOD RIVER JUNCTION, RI 02894

Public Middle

School

CHARIHO REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL
Grades: 5-8
455 SWITCH RD # B
WOOD RIVER JUNCTION, RI 02894

Public High

School

CHARIHO CAREER AND TECH CENTER
Grades: 9-12
459 SWITCH RD
WOOD RIVER JUNCTION, RI 02894

CHARIHO HIGH SCHOOL
Grades: 9-12
453 SWITCH RD
WOOD RIVER JUNCTION, RI 02894

Private/Catholic

School

MEADOWBROOK WALDORF SCHOOL
Grades: PRESCHOOL-8
300 KINGSTOWN RD
WEST KINGSTON, RI 02892

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Commuting to and from Kenyon

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