Charm and location! Exquisite stone Tudor in a park-like setting. Next to unspoiled beaches, fresh water ponds, Sachuest Point and a bird sanctuary. Off the beaten path yet 2 miles from Newport's famous mansions, shopping, restaurants, museums, art galleries and music festivals. There are several public golf courses nearby.
4 bedrms, 3 full baths, and patio facing a large yard. Furnished in antiques and original fine art. Romantic walled garden courtyard equipped with gas grill. Gourmet kitchen, central AC. Two bedrooms on first floor, (one twin, one queen) two on second floor.(one queen, set of twins) 3 full baths. Wireless internet. Less than one half mile walk to Second Beach that Yankee magazine rated ' THE 'BEST BEACH IN RHODE ISLAND' and TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT IN NEW ENGLAND. Also nearby is 3rd beach, set in a gentle cove, a great place for small children where you can rent d kayaks and paddle-boards. Sachuest Point, a 240 acre National wildlife refuge with walking paths along the Atlantic Ocean is within walking distance from the house.
Rental for one family or 7 people @ $7,000 per week, July and August. June $5,000 per week.
I moved to Middletown from NYC. I've had a long career in the decorative arts and historic buildings preservation. I'm an author of nonfiction.
The architecture and setting is perfection. The approach to the house is long and lined with mature trees. Sometimes you can hear the sea from the house. It's a lovely walk to the beach and takes 5 minutes.
The Cotswold style house and setting feels European. The craftsmanship exudes integrity and charm and has been totally renovated. As you walk through a winding entryway with giant holly trees and rhododendrons on either side, you come to a walled courtyard garden.