Newport, RI’s Historic c.1877 Charles H. Baldwin House Reduced to $4.4M (PHOTOS)

Newport, RI’s Historic c.1877 Charles H. Baldwin House Reduced to $4.4M

$4,400,000 | Built c.1877 | 5 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 7,000 Sq. Ft. | 1.83 Acres
328 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island, United States, 02840

A historic home with roots dating to c.1877  in Newport, Rhode Island has been reduced to $4.4 million. Known as the Charles H. Baldwin House, the historic residence sits on a 1.83 acre property on Newport’s iconic Bellevue Avenue. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this nearly 7,000 square foot home was designed by William Appleton Potter and Robert H. Roberson for Charles H. Baldwin as a summer home. The home is a combination of traditional craftsmanship with modern amenities creating a beautiful interior with many original details. Features include 5 bedrooms & 5 bathrooms, original marble fireplaces, a grand oak staircase and black walnut beams. French doors off the dining hall lead to the piazza and an expansive backyard with gunite pool, clay tennis court, lush lawns and English gardens. The home sits on a 1.83 acre property. It’s on the market for $4.4 million with Kylie McCollough.

















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