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26 Thames Street
Newport, Rhode Island, United States


Garden, Library.

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This property is one of most significant eighteenth-century homes in Newport. The central chimney with corner-post construction allows for a wonderful floor plan of gracious rooms that lead through the charming kitchen into a terraced garden with off-street parking. There are three full floors of living space including three and 1/2 baths with wide pine floors, charming kitchen with Viking stove, and an intimate library on the first floor. Excellent walkability index and surrounded by other significant eighteenth-century houses to create a lovely streetscape.

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