443 Bellevue Avenue
443 Bellevue Avenue Newport, Rhode Island 02840 Estados Unidos

$75,000
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Listing Courtesy of WILLIAM RAVEIS CHAPMAN ENSTONE
$75,000
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Price / Sq. Ft.:
$8
6
Dormitorios
5
Baños completos
8,976 PIE CUADRADO
Interior
Alquiler
Tipo de propiedad
1851
Año de construcción
1235670
ID web
1235670
ID de MLS
Historic Bellevue
Urbanización
Newport School District
Distrito escolar
29
días atrás

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Welcome to Swanhurst Manor House, a historic 6-bedroom haven nestled at the heart of a secluded 1.5-acre sanctuary. Fringed by lush landscaping and towering trees, which offer an unrivaled canopy of privacy, this classic Italianate residence was one of the first of 12 Newport Mansions built in this sought-after seaside resort and yachting town. This treasured 1851 heirloom of Americas Gilded Age of Architecture now invites you to indulge in its old-world craftsmanship and timeless appeal. The sumptuous entry hall sets the tone for enduring elegance. Youll relish the opulence of the double living room, one of several elegant parlors, the exquisite detail of the formal dining room, and the modern touches of the gourmet kitchen. Linger under the covered patio and survey the meticulously maintained gardens. Youll also benefit from updated systems, including central air, parking for up to 10 vehicles, as well as an executive office. Perfectly positioned on the regions most prestigious street, within close proximity to downtown Newport, youre just footsteps from boutique shopping, beaches, restaurants, cafes and yachting.

PROPERTY INFORMATION

Cooling
Central Air
Fireplace Info
Brick, Gas, Marble, Stone, Wood Frame
Heating
Central Air, Forced Air, Hot Air, Zoned
Sewer
Connected, Municipal, Public Connected
Water
Connected, Individual Meter, Municipal, Public Connected

EXTERIOR

Exterior Features
Masonry, Porch
Lot Description
Corner, Paved Driveway, Private Compound, Sidewalks
Listing Courtesy of WILLIAM RAVEIS CHAPMAN ENSTONE
Listing Courtesy of WILLIAM RAVEIS CHAPMAN ENSTONE