Exclusive Entry To Newport’s Gracious & Grand Estates

A place to sit and relish in the bucolic landscape outside at the Cattle Crib.

An exterior capture of the Gothic-Revival Rockry House

The Isaac Bell House, owned by the Newport Preservation Society, is a National Historic Landmark.

Built in 1887, Edgehill was designed by McKim, Mead & White, an architectural firm that thrived at the turn of the twentieth century.

As real estate professionals, we often get access to some pretty significant homes. Particularly in Newport, where we see many estates that once were merely summer cottages to those that have shaped our country and community. The architectural styles range, from gothic revival to the classic shingle-style indicative of our seaside setting. This access will be available to the public on April 29th by way of the Neighborhoods of Newport House Tour. The tour is a fundraiser for St. Michael’s Country Day School, showcasing five prominent homes (in addition to the Isaac Bell House), ranging in design and glory. The money raised with this tour benefits the students and programs of the school (which is an independent, non-denominational, coeducational school for students in preschool through eighth grade). Below, you’ll find a brief highlight of some of these homes included on the tour. For more information, and to purchase your tickets, please visit here.


An 1887 McKim, Mead & White design. The house’s name refers to its location atop a hill with a view across meadows and farmland toward the sea.

Cattle Crib

A delightful summer guest cottage, located on Edgehill’s abundant, rolling property.


Recently renovated 20th-century shingle-and-stone home situated high on a hill for prime viewing of one of Newport’s most delightful vistas.

Ohana House

Stunning new construction of nautical style with inspiring views of Newport Harbor and bridge.

Rockry Hall

1848 Gothic Revival style house located on Newport’s famed Bellevue Avenue.