The condominium development and marina are positioned in the heart of the historic city – considered by many as the international sailing headquarters of the world, having staged the America’s Cup on several occasions as well as many other high-profile regattas to this day.
To others, Newport is the Saint-Tropez of America, acting as a magnet for summer residents with its array of trendy restaurants, night clubs, art galleries, boutiques, museums, gilded age mansions and beaches.
Recently, British entrepreneur and visionary, Peter de Savary, joined forces with Joe Paolino Jr., former Mayor of Providence and Ambassador to Malta under President Clinton, to create an entirely new standard for seaside living.
Each of the remaining four residences offers classic New England style with an emphasis on combining traditional with contemporary design. The purchase price includes priority guaranteed dockage at Brown and Howard Marina which can accommodate yachts up to 250 feet. Additionally, two enclosed (and heated in the winter) garage spaces with individual storage are included.
“All of the residences we still have available have wonderful views and extraordinary interiors with custom finishes,” said Stacie Mills, the principal broker and director of marketing for the development.
Amongst the four remaining residences is a beautifully furnished 3,100 square foot showcase penthouse which includes a 1,200+ square foot private rooftop terrace.
Each residence is offered exquisitely furnished including antique and contemporary fittings, original works of art and custom bedding and draperies. Owners enjoy a menu of concierge services and property management on-site.
Prices for the remaining residences start at $2.3 million.