Newport Townhome Rental Photos and Description
Three Bedroom, 2 Full And 2 Half Baths, Close To Everything
This townhouse is a real home away from home. It has three large bedrooms with great furnishings including a modern kitchen with clean modern appliances. It is located between kay and catherine streets in newport and has the advantage of being in the center of newport with access to restaurants, bars, shops and the harbor but at the same time located in a quiet neighborhood. You can walk to the beach is five minutes or being sipping a cocktail in one of newport's many waterfront restaurants in the same five minute walk.
The bedrooms are located on the second and third floors and all beds have new quality mattresses. There is plenty of storage and all linens and towels are furnished. There is a washer and dryer in the basement for your convenience as well as a patio and outside grill for al fresco summer dining.
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
My wife and I are native Rhode Islanders. We have three grown sons of whom we are proud. In the summer, we spend a lot of time sailing and thus have the opportunity to share a Newport home with guests during the summer season. Although I am supposed to be retired, I find I am still working and teaching at NYU. My wife Judy is a registered nurse and specializes in hospice and palliative care.
We have always loved Newport and are avid sailors. So, a few years ago we set out to find a house in Newport that we could move to in our retirement and also keep us by the sea all year round. We wanted a cozy place, close to everything and all of Newport's Historical charm. We certainly found the right place with this townhouse and I know you will find it a home away from home if you choose to spend time with us as guests.
The house also has a Navy connection for me. Back in the late 1890s, the Navy built a cluster of houses for senior officers and their families. Our neighborhood has six or seven of these houses (all restored) of which ours is one. I spent a number of years in the Navy and found this connection something of a link to my youth.
You can walk to everything. The rear patio gets wonderful light from Noon to sundown. The little garden is secluded and relaxing. The house has so many bathrooms that if all your guests had to use the facilities at once, no one would have to wait. The house just has an air of peace about it almost prevents you from doing anything else but relaxing.