Living in a Colonial in Newport brings American History to Life.
Opportunities like this do not come around that often…
This historic treasure was built in 1751 and sits on its original foundation. It is located on Prospect Hill Street in the Newport National Landmark Historic District which was established in 1968 to preserve the architectural integrity of this colonial neighborhood. This amazing gambrel style home is referenced on the 18th century Newport map created by Ezra Stiles in 1758. It is also mentioned in the book “Architectural Heritage of Newport, Rhode Island 1640-1915.
This house features it’s original center chimney with 6 fireplaces and many period features including interior doors, woodwork and wide-plank pine floor boards. The property sits on a large city parcel and includes a detached 3 car garage with precious additional parking available in the driveway.
Since 1751 this home has only had 5 owners. It’s a generational opportunity in the heart of the city of Newport only a short distance from Bellevue Avenue, Thames Street and the Newport Harbor.
When are you going to get another chance like this?