|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
-The home is steps way from Easton's Beach
-Large outdoor, open deck with full ocean view and electronic awning for shade
-Hot and cold outdoor shower
-Spacious lawn area
-Ample parking for several vehicles
-Exterior shed with bikes, boogie boards, lawn chairs and beach toys
-Open living and dining area
-Fully equipped kitchen with stove, dishwasher, and two refrigerators
-Sleeping capacity for nine
-Three bedrooms with sleeping for six
-Den area with twin bed and pull-out sleeper sofa
-Two full bathrooms
-Washer and dryer
The Murray Family has had a connection with the Land Trust Cottages on Purgatory Road dating back to the 1920's when Bill Murray, as a young boy, vacationed there with his parents. In 1952, he purchased 105 Purgatory Rd. and enjoyed it with his family until the mid 1970's. At that time, the beachfront lot of 103 Purgatory Rd. became available. He purchased it and subsequently built the house presently situated there in 1974. He cherished his time there with his wife, Arleen up until his passing in 2006 at the age of 90. Arleen has continued to enjoy this unique and special property with her family.
Arleen Murray purchased this house in 1974
This property offers a unique setting in a private cul-de-sac with ownership to the high-water mark of Easton's Beach. It provides a completely unobstructed view to the Atlantic Ocean and Newport's historic Cliff Walk mansions. The house is a comfortable one floor ranch style with open living, dining and kitchen areas.
Steps away from Easton's Beach.
Walking distance to local Middletown restaurants.
2 miles to 2nd & 3rd beaches, popular Middletown beaches.
Approximately 3 miles to downtown Thames St., Newport.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
May 30 2015 - Sep 5 2015
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$1,000|