Middletown Estate Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, sleeps 6
'Owls Cote', is a European style stone house set in a private park-like setting bordering the Norman Bird Sanctuary. It takes just 5 minutes to walk to Sachuest Beach on the Atlantic Ocean, that Yankee magazine described as ' THE 'BEST BEACH IN RHODE ISLAND' and TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT IN NEW ENGLAND. Also nearby is Third Beach, never crowded and a great place for small children. There rent d kayaks and paddle-boards. Also walk to Sachuest Point, a National wildlife sanctuary,' 245 acres of coastal paths with designated places to cast for fish. The heart of Newport is a 7 minute drive from the house.Visit Newport for night life, shopping, film festivals, restaurants, museums, art galleries and Newport's famous series of summer jazz, folk and classical festivals. There are several public golf courses on the Island. Visit vineyards, preservation society mansions, botanical gardens.
House has 4 bedrms, 3 full baths. A blue-stone patio facing a professionally landscaped yard. Comfortably furnished. A stone walled garden courtyard has a gas grill dining table and chairs Central AC, Internet. Two bedrooms on first floor, (one twin, one queen) two on second floor.(one queen, set of twins) 3 full baths.
Weekly Rental for one family or 6 people, $4,500 per week.
- Low Allergen Environment
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Maryalice Huggins
I'm in in the decorative arts/ preservation field and an author of nonfiction.
Maryalice Huggins purchased this estate in 2005
Why Maryalice Huggins chose Middletown
I love historical buildings and have restored a few including this one. The European feeling of this stone house, the extensive grounds with mature trees and proximity to the beach and Newport were just what I wanted.
What makes this estate unique
Private. Architecturally significant. Next to beaches.
Peaceful. 'Owls Cote' is a charming stone house that borders 1000 acres of open space and The Norman Bird Sanctuary. Five minute walk to sandy swimming beach and beyond to Sachuest Point National Wildlife refuge.