The Preserve at Handy Pond


The Preserve at Handy Pond is a wonderfully planned active adult community consisting of 41 condominiums with an unequaled combination of convenience, easy access and privacy. Choose from 3 spacious floor plans all with first floor master bedroom suites. All of our homes include Insulated, high efficiency, vinyl clad Capitol windows.


An old New England farming town just 11 miles from the center of Providence, the Town of Lincoln is a blend of rural area, residential developments, old mill villages and new industrial parks. Once part of Smithfield, Lincoln was incorporated as a Rhode Island town in 1871. Lincoln takes great pride in its history. The homes of some of Rhode Island's first settlers and the remains of small-scale industrialization have been lovingly preserved by residents and civic organizations.

Lincoln is proud to host a series of arts & entertainment events for residents of all ages. The Summer Concert Series has hosted performances from the RI Philharmonic Orchestra.

The Town of Lincoln is full of recreational opportunities. Lincoln Woods State Park; a large wooded park perfect for hiking, contains Olney Pond, a popular swimming, fishing and canoeing spot. The town also owns several hundred acres of open space, including Chase Farm in the historic district. Golfing is convenient at three nearby courses. Whether you're looking for great restaurants, outdoor activities, or just a place to sit and relax, Lincoln has a great deal to offer. 


315 Old River Road
Lincoln, Rhode Island 02838

North of Kirkbrae Country Club

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  • • First Floor Master Suite
  • • Walk in shower stall
  • • Open Living area
  • • First floor laundry
  • • First floor living area hardwood floors
  • • Porcelain tiles kitchen and baths
  • • Granite Counters
  • • Stainless Appliances
  • • Covered Patio
  • • Garage
  • • Full Basement
  • • Cathedral Ceilings
  • • Gas Fireplace
  • • Custom Options available
  • • Second Floor den and guestroom

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