The Anna Pell House is a stunning example of the Exotic Revival Swiss Chalet style. It was built circa 1870 by the late RI Senator Pell's great grandaunt and enjoys a fabulous location in the heart of Newport's Historic Hill. Just a block from Washington Square and steps from downtown, the property is surrounded by classic 17th and 18th century homes and inns. The leafy street is within Newport's General Business District offering both a residential feel and a variety of uses including primary residence, short or long term rentals, Airbnb, office or retail space. The home is currently divided into two dwelling units. The architecture and location, however, make it a prime candidate for conversion back to a single family. High ceilings, large, light-filled windows, stained glass, gorgeous hardwood floors and three period fireplaces add warmth and charm. There is a lovely garden, a one-car garage and one off-street parking spot.
Listing courtesy of Hogan Associates.
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