By Patti Senga
One of the country’s finest sporting communities is right in our backyard, nestled in the picturesque landscape of New England.
Located in Richmond, Rhode Island, The Preserve Club & Residences offers luxury homes set amid 3,500 acres of unspoiled nature, yet is just five minutes from Interstate 95, and 23 minutes from Providence, one hour from Boston and Hartford, and 2.5 hours from New York City.
Reside in the uplands or beside creeks and rivers.
Enjoy wooded privacy and stress-free, maintenance-free living. All residences have easy access to amenities including a 25,000 square foot clubhouse with gourmet restaurant, luxury spa services, and full concierge service.
Also, every conceivable outdoor sporting experience is available – world class sporting clays, upland hunting, fishing, zip-lining, hiking, ATV’s, tennis, equestrian, and a championship 18-hole executive golf course, just to name a few.
At The Preserve, you can enjoy adventurous “glamping” experiences in luxury Tree Houses and Yurts. Built into hillsides and rock faces, with stone fireplaces, skylights and a round door to suit, the Preserve’s unique Hobbit Hillside Homes conjure images of magical adventures.
They are ideal settings for family fun, for the reading and telling of tall tales, and for roasting s’mores. And because they’re a green alternative, they’re kind to the earth.
Within the Preserve’s gates, you will also find The Sporting Shoppe, offering everything from bespoke handcrafted rifles, to custom-built fishing reels, to camping and hiking gear, and even formal wear and cigars.
One of the newest additions for the sporting enthusiast is the longest indoor, underground range in America, with 150-yard-lanes and programmable target retrieval systems, plus 3D archery, a golf simulation room, a members’ lounge, additional restaurant, and reach-in humidor.
At The Preserve, you can come home to nature, adventure, elegance—a life unfettered. There are limited residences and memberships available. Model homes are open daily.
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