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Channel Bells, c.1888 Rhode Island Summer Cottage Reduced to $3.49M, Prev. $5.99M (PHOTOS)

Channel Bells, c.1888 Rhode Island Summer Cottage Reduced to $3.49M, Prev. $5.99M (PHOTOS)

Channel Bells, c.1888 Rhode Island Summer Cottage Reduced to $3.49M, Prev. $5.99M (PHOTOS)
February 21
15:10 2019

Channel Bells, c.1888 Rhode Island Summer Cottage Reduced to $3.49M, Prev. $5.99M

27 Newport Street, Jamestown, Rhode Island, United States, 02835

Welcome to Channel Bells, a historic summer cottage on a 2.5 acre property in Jamestown, Rhode Island. The 5,500 square foot shingled residence was designed by architect Charles L. Bevins and built c.1888 for General Robert Patterson. According to the Providence Journal, the home was named for the musical sound of bell buoys in the Dumplings. Current owners, Gerry and Gale Bay, have sensitively renovated, upgraded and expanded the home while retaining period detail and gorgeous woodwork. Providence Journal reported that when the couple first visited the property it was evident it needed quite a bit of work. It was unheated and uninsulated with no septic system. They expanded the home with a new kitchen, family room and large music room. There is a large center hall with staircase, four fireplaces, a lovely formal dining room with water views and six bedrooms, four full and one half bathrooms. The property enjoys panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, Newport Bridge and Habor as well as the rocky cliffs of Fort Wetherill. Channel Bells is on the market for $3,495,000 $5,995,000 with Sotheby’s International Realty.

 











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