50 Old Beach Road, Unit #5 Newport, Rhode Island 02840 United States

Condominium at 'Belair'
50 Old Beach Road, Unit #5 Newport, Rhode Island 02840 United States

  • 1
  • 1
    Full Bath
  • 1
    Partial Bath
  • 631 Sq Ft.
  • 1850
    Year Built
  • 7H49PM
    Web Id
  • 1320085
    MLS ID
  • Newport
    School District


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Condominium at 'Belair'

About 50 Old Beach Road, Unit #5, Newport, Rhode Island

Charming unit in historic 'Belair' - formerly the residence of George Norman whose daughter, Mabel, donated the family farm to create Middletown's wonderful Norman Bird Sanctuary. This stylish second floor unit showcases many original architectural details which include 12' ceilings, herringbone hardwoods throughout, and custom built-ins and wood burning fireplace in the living room. The kitchen features granite countertops with ceramic tile floor. Full bath with tiled shower, marble vanity, and custom mirrored wall cabinet. Entryway was restored to its original appearance and a half bath with Colorado marble and cozy loft were added. New heat/AC unit installed. Building improvements include a new slate roof and refitted elevator reminiscent of days gone by. Enjoy this private location with lovely grounds and parking in an ideal Newport location, close to the Redwood Library, Newport Art Museum, Bellevue Avenue shops and restaurants, and First Beach.

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37 Bellevue Avenue
Newport, Rhode Island 02840 United States

Property ID:7H49PM

MLS ID:1320085


  • Eat in Kitchen or Dining Room
  • Granite Countertops
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Galley Kitchen
  • 1 Fireplace
  • Ceramic Flooring

About : Newport

With miles of dramatic coastline, Rhode Island towns have functioned as important seaports since the 17th century. Newport Rhode Island real estate boasts a wide variety of residences and condominiums in all styles and price ranges. If historic Newport is of interest, the city is an antique-home lover's dream, providing a living history of American architecture.
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