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c.1886 -"an artistic masterpiece of subtle charm". West-facing property looking across the mouth of Sakonnet w/ striking views of open ocean & rolling pastures, sits the iconic "Mill House". An 1800's conversion of an old gristmill, first of its kind, turned into residence of historical importance for its "method of construction & artistic collaboration". The 3-story Mill Tower maintains integrity from yesteryear, featuring artistic plasterwork of the famed American artist, Sydney Burleigh. The Mill has panoramic views of the Atlantic, farmland & to Newport's coast. The 1st floor encompasses an open-floor plan living & large pane windows for taking in magnificent sunsets. The family compound includes a 4 bed/2 bath 1684 sq.ft. summer cottage called the "Dinghy". Gracefully set into the picturesque landscape w/ breathtaking seascape views from every room. Rare opportunity to own this classic retreat as the current family has for over 130 years. Rental $$ Potential

Property Details

72491457
2019
Antique,Cottage,Shingle
Newport
51,400
1886
Keller Williams Realty of Newport

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Schools

Elementary School

Wibur

Middle School

Wilbur

High School

Portsmouth

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