Six luxury homes in Newport County go off the market in July

There were at least six more luxury home sales across Newport County during the month

There were at least six more luxury home sales across Newport County during the month of July. 

21 Chastellux Avenue, Newport

The home at 21 Chastellux Avenue in Newport sold for $7.1 million, making it the second-highest sale in Newport County year to date and the highest non-waterfront sale in Newport since 2020,

The property is a custom-built, shingle-style home with modern flair overlooking Newport’s vibrant harbor perched on an elevated and gated 1.38 acres.

The home’s sophisticated, modern and unique design is characterized by flowing open rooms, soaring ceilings, an artful open staircase and expansive floor to ceiling walls of glass opening onto generous terraces, perfect for entertaining and enjoying the endless parade of extraordinary yachts in the harbor.

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The first floor master wing features a sumptuous bath while four additional en-suite bedrooms on the second level offer breathtaking views.

708 Bellevue Avenue, Newport

The Tree House, located at 708 Bellevue Avenue, sold for $4.7 million. According to data maintained by the Rhode Island Statewide MLS, the transaction marked the second highest sale in Newport year to date. 

708 Bellevue Avenue, Newport

Sited on 1.38 acres of park-like grounds with entry on Ledge Road, the Tree House is fenced and gated to provide privacy and peacefulness. The first floor consists of an open concept kitchen, dining area, living space with fireplace, family room and library.

French doors open to an expansive light-filled sunroom that extends the full length of the house. A two-car garage leads into the mud room and kitchen area for easy access to the kitchen. A reading room and full bath finish this first level.