Hubert Bebb-Designed Contemporary Retreat Lists for $849K in Newport, Tennessee

Nathan Blewett, Positive Perceptions Photography

Nathan Blewett, Positive Perceptions Photography

Hubert Bebb-Designed Contemporary Retreat Lists for $849K in Newport, Tennessee

$849,000 | 1976 | 4,280 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 0.78 Acres
404 6th St, Newport, TN 37821

Exceptional custom home designed by renowned architect Hubert Bebb, famed for the Knoxville Sunsphere and the Clingman’s Dome Observation Tower in Gatlinburg. This meticulously maintained residence seamlessly blends modern updates with its 70’s modern-contemporary aesthetic. Enter through the brand new custom commercial-grade front door into a stone and wood interior. The main level features a circular layout, creating an open and airy feel. Step down into the sunken living room with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, built-in seating, and a wall of windows.

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Adjacent is the formal dining room, complete with its own fireplace and sliding doors to the backyard. The large kitchen boasts new appliances, countertops, lighting, and backsplash, all enhancing the original refinished custom cabinetry and hardwood floors. The kitchen island looks original but was built in 2024 by a master carpenter to match the existing cabinets down to the original pulls. Off the dining room is a den/library with French doors, built-in seating, and bookshelves, leading to two spacious bedrooms connected by a large newly renovated Jack & Jill bathroom. Also on the main level are a breakfast room, a large pantry, and a sunlit laundry room.

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Ascend the spiral staircase to the primary suite where you can enjoy a sitting area that overlooks the mountain views. The bedroom itself features cathedral ceilings, a balcony overlooking the backyard, and a circular ensuite bath with walk-through walk-in closets. The basement includes a large finished living area with a half bath, a third fireplace and glass sliding doors to a Zen like private garden deck. Additionally there is a fourth bedroom with an ensuite bath, and a 1000+ square foot unfinished workshop and storage/utility room. Custom features throughout include Anderson crank windows and sliders with electric curtains, offering exquisite mountain views; Guatambu African wood accents; new LVP flooring (except in the kitchen wing with original hardwood); and custom made wood paneling.

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The main level includes a 25×25 side entry garage with access to the basement and a pebble-based semi-circular driveway. An expansive covered front porch with newly hand made railing, overlooks the beautiful front lawn and gardens. This home is a true architectural marvel, located close to schools, shopping, and with easy access to the Smoky Mountains, the Tri-Cities, and Knoxville. Check out the 3D Matterport Tour!


Shannon Foster-Bolineshannon@fosterbolinegroup.com • (865) 588-3232
Foster-Boline Group | Realty Executives Associates
Photography Credit: Nathan Blewett, Positive Perceptions Photography

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