Not only is Newport, Rhode Island one of the most beautiful places on earth, it's also home to world class sailing, the Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals, more early American homes than any other American city. This historic seaside community offers beautiful, sandy, beaches, a walkable downtown, a scenic harbor, Ft. Adams National Park and great shopping and dining. Newport has many distinctive neighborhoods from gilded age mansions to 17th and 18th century Colonials.
Once In Lifetime Opportunity To Own The Main Residence At Iconic Seafair. Set On 9 Oceanfront Acres, This Gated Compound Includes A Tennis Court, Private Pool, Carriage House, 6 Car Garage, Private Cove And Mooring. Sunrise/set 270* Ocean Views.
"ker Arvor" Is An Exceptional Estate In Pristine, Museum-quality Condition That Sits On 9.1 Acres Off Ocean Drive Near Newport Country Club. "ker Arvor," French Breton For 'littoral" Or "seaside" Was Derived From The Rest Camp For Allied Forces In...
On 22 Magnificent Acres, This Exquisitely Restored Mckim, Mead & White Historic Stone Villa Enjoys Sweeping Views Of The Ocean, The Clubhouse And Greens Of The Newport Country Club And The Surrounding Countryside. In Every Room Beautiful, Period D...
Across The Street From Newport Harbor, A Rare Property Offers Total Privacy And Impeccable Quality. Walk To Fort Adams And The Harbor Water Taxi From This Fabulous Compound. It Is Easily Accessible To Beautiful Beaches And All Newport Has To Offer...
Spectacular New Construction Built By Horan Building Company In Newport's Famed Ocean Lawn Community. Originally Part Of The Firestone Estate This Gated Community Offers Privacy And Beautiful Grounds With A Great Central Location And Historic Pro...
A seaside town on southern Aquidneck Island, Newport is a community that caters to the boating culture and sailing lifestyle. From luxurious modern estate homes to Bellevue Avenue mansions, as well as spectacular vistas from Newport’s harbor, it’s no wonder so many people consider owning Newport RI real estate. With easy access to the mainland via the Pell Bridge, you can travel to and from the island with ease.
By the early 1700s, Newport’s community was flourishing as a result of commerce and the farming and fishing industries. During this time, visitors came from the Caribbean and the Carolinas to seek relief from the heat and humidity of the plantations. In the early years, naval shipping was just as important as private shipping. The fact that Newport was the “birthplace of the Navy” added to the community’s cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Newport Condos For Sale & Amenities
Discover Newport condos for sale and learn about the several different yacht clubs and lively waterfront scenes to promote the boating culture and pleasure craft lifestyle. Bannister's Wharf, for example, is a popular place to walk, eat, or shop along the waterfront even for people who live in in Newport homes. Visitors coming by yacht, enjoy deluxe inns and hotels. Sailing programs and races are put on throughout the summer by clubs such as Sail Newport, The New York Yacht Club, and Ida Lewis Yacht Club. Every summer, people take to the water and enjoy kayaking, canoeing, parasailing, scuba diving, pleasure fishing, and sailing.
Whether walking or riding, tours are popular in Newport. Newport County offers a range of scenic tours from chartered boat tours and harbor tours, to a dinner train that travels along 22 miles of Newport coastline. In the winter, many people participate in an old-fashioned, lantern-lit stroll through the streets.
Newport Homes & Attractions
If you're looking at Newport home, you must check out the following attractions: The Firehouse Theatre puts on comedy, improv, and classic performances. The Newport Playhouse and Cabaret Restaurant is a 165seat theatre where you can dine while watching theatre performances. Drawing thousands of visitors and locals annually, are Newport's storied folk, jazz, and music festivals. Other Newport attractions include: the Sovereign Bank Family Skating Center, the International Tennis Hall of Fame, the Newport Art Museum, and the Redwood Library.
In Newport, there is something for everyone. Golf, tennis, art galleries and studios, museums, historical landmarks, parks, wildlife refuge areas, farms, gardens, and lots of places to play and explore. Newport is home to Salve Regina University and CCRI Newport Campus, as well as the Newport Gulls - a summer baseball organization which has come to be known as one of the best in the country.
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