Rehoboth, established in 1643 as a part of Plymouth Colony
Rehoboth is a quaint town that once included all of Seekonk and East Providence, Rhode Island. It is one of Massachusett’s oldest and most historic towns complete with Hornbine School, a one room schoolhouse dating back to 1845. Even with all its charm and history, Rehoboth Massachusetts is an up-to-date town with an estimated population of 11,000+ residents. As you drive through Rehoboth, the town boasts of classic New England architecture with rambling stone walls and farm stands selling fresh produce and eggs and small historic sites dotting the landscape.
With all that Rehoboth has to offer from the exceptional schools to numerous town services, the tax rate is considerably lower than surrounding communities.
Rehoboth $12.67 / $1,000
Barrington, RI $18.45 / $1,000
Providence, RI $18.80 / $1,000
East Greenwich, RI $24.09 / $1,000
You’re close to everything at The Reserve. Boston is under an hour’s drive with Providence just under 15 minutes, and day trips to Newport and Cape Cod are only 40 minutes from your door. Closer to home is the Swansea Mall, just a few minutes away. If golf is your passion, Rehoboth offers 6 courses: Rehoboth Country Club, Crestwood, Sun Valley, Pine Valley, Hiddenhollow and Middlebrook.
In fact, Rehoboth was once listed in the Guinness Book of Records for the town with the most golf courses in the US. Regardless of how you look at Rehoboth, it has so much to offer, from quaint country living to being close to work, to having the surety of safety and security, Rehoboth is your town to call home.