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Presenting “The George Champlin Mason House”, the private estate of Newport’s most famed native architect whose works include The Eisenhower House, Chepstow and the Naval War College. This 1873 Victorian Mansion is currently run as a boutique hotel. Aptly named “The Architect’s Inn” it features 11 en-suite guest rooms, innkeepers accommodations and a modern commercial kitchen. The main level of the mansion has been meticulously restored and offers a library with wood burning fireplace, a large formal dining room serviced by a butlers kitchen and a parlor that opens through double doors to a gracious covered porch. Impressive design elements include an elaborate gable ended porch, Swiss chalet style- filigree wood trim, carved fireplace mantles and intricate parquet flooring. The tranquil grounds are comprised of lush gardens, a terrace for alfresco dining and beautiful specimen trees. An extraordinary opportunity to own a piece of Newport’s architectural history. Ideally located near Cliffwalk, Easton’s beach and Bellevue Avenue.
Listed by Kylie McCollough of Mott & Chace Sotheby's Intl.

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