|Living Area||9,000 sqft|
|Lot Size||1 acres|
Butler's Pantry, Elevator, Garden, Library, Pantry, Walk-In Closets.
Central Air Conditioning.
Abundant Closet(s), Air Conditioning, Built-in Bookcases/Shelves, Cathedral/Vaulted/Trey Ceiling, Cedar Closet, Chandelier, Elevator, Floor to Ceiling Windows, French Doors, High Ceilings, Paneled Doors, Security System, Solid Wood Doors, Study, Walk-In Closet, Wall Paneling.
Central/Center Hall, Formal Dining Room, Laundry Room, Library, Living Room, Storage Room, Study.
Architecturally significant as George Champlin Mason's first Newport commission, this elegantly understated stone villa is sited on two private landscaped acres. Beautifully restored and exceptionally suited for entertaining, the superbly scaled formal rooms feature high ceilings and French doors leading to a lovely south-facing veranda. Magnificent specimen trees highlight lush and verdant gardens. Period details include 18th-century French mantelpieces, high ceilings, antique parquet flooring, and a black and white marble foyer. Desirable and stately in-town location between Bellevue Avenue and Newport’s historic Cliff Walk, is an easy stroll to shops and Newport Harbor.