35 Second Street Newport, Rhode Island 02840 United States

John Frye House
35 Second Street Newport, Rhode Island 02840 United States

$2,150,000
  • 4
    Bedrooms
  • 4
    Full Baths
  • 1
    Partial Bath
  • 3,382 Sq Ft.
    Interior
  • 1760
    Year Built
  • HRDVMR
    Web Id
  • 1313830
    MLS ID
  • Newport
    School District

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John Frye House

About 35 Second Street, Newport, Rhode Island

The John Frye house, circa 1760, is situated on a corner lot in the coveted historic Point neighborhood, just one block from Newport Harbor. This rare, five-bedroom, five-bath gem features an exquisite blend of period detail and modern amenities. The professionally designed interior spares no expense with high-end lighting by Visual Comfort and wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries. Six original fireplaces, wide pine floors, and exposed beams add to the meticulous design. The main floor boasts a spacious foyer, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, a den/media room, powder room, and a striking kitchen. The centerpiece of the kitchen is an original baker’s fireplace with relined chimney. Custom cabinetry, marble and soapstone countertops, a sizable island, and stainless appliances complete the kitchen for serious chefs. The second level includes four bedrooms, three full baths, a sitting area, and laundry room. The entire third floor features a renovated large bedroom suite with full bath, built-in cabinetry, and spacious living area, which could serve as an in-law or guest apartment. A large private patio with mature trees is perfect for relaxing or entertaining. Just a short walk into town or over to Goat Island for a cocktail. Updated systems include gas heat and central air conditioning. Furnishings can be included for a seamless, turn-key experience. Off-street parking available.

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37 Bellevue Avenue
Newport, Rhode Island 02840 United States

Property ID:HRDVMR

MLS ID:1313830

About the area

Located on the Atlantic Ocean in southern Rhode Island, Newport, famous for its colonial cottages and historic mansions, also hosts many yachting, tennis, and golf events. Downtown offers an array of waterfront shops and world-class dining, and summer is replete with music and food festivals.