FOR SALE Open House

41 Everett Street
Newport, RI 02840

Single Family
1 Half
Sq. Ft.
Acre Lot
RILiving> Rhode Island> Newport> 02840
AN 1883 GEORGE CHAMPLIN MASON ORIGINAL. This grand 4400+ sf home on sought-after "upper" Everett Street is located between Kay and Catherine Streets in a wonderfully quiet yet pedestrian-friendly location in Newport's original estate district. This Colonial Revival home dates from the heyday of Gilded Age architecture when HIGH CEILINGS, GRAND OPEN LAYOUTS AND GRACIOUS FLOW came into fashion. Built for a prominent Newport merchant family, the house has wonderful preserved original details including 5 fireplaces, handsome woodwork, beautiful moldings, carved mantels, antique tiles and stained glass. A SPECTACULAR ENTRY HALL features soaring ceilings, a grand carved staircase with stained-glass windows and gracefully connects the beautiful living room, dining room, library/family room, enclosed porch, and kitchen, all of which flow from room to room. The bright, inviting, kitchen with laundry area, opens right out onto the sunny back deck perfect for entertaining al fresco and steps down to a lush backyard. The second floor has an office and 4 bedrooms - one of which can be easily added to the primary and used to create a luxurious en-suite bath and generous dressing room (plans available). The third floor includes an additional 3 bedrooms, sitting room, pantry and additional bath. This is a rare opportunity to own a home from the GOLDEN AGE OF AMERICAN RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE in one of NEWPORT'S MOST PERFECT LOCATIONS.

Courtesy: Gustave White Sotheby's Realty

Residential - Single Family, Other
3 Full/1 Half
0.1486 Acres
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