119 Spring St

Newport, RI 02840 Directions
$1,300,000
  • 6Bed
  • 3/1Baths
  • 3,612Sqft
  • 1750Built
  • $360Price/Sqft

Property Highlights

  • Neighborhood: Historic Hill
  • Days on Market: 114
  • MLS: 1272214
  • Listing Pending

Property Highlights

  • Neighborhood: Historic Hill
  • Days on Market: 114
  • MLS: 1272214
  • Listing Pending

The "Samuel Barker House" is a gambrel roofed double brick ender antique home with a spectacular 18th century fanlight doorway. This property is one of earliest and most important antique homes in Newport. It was purchased in the 1960’s by the current owner. This a unique opportunity to buy a home of this magnitude, significance and size in the heart of Historic Newport and refresh it to your own specifications. There is parking for two + cars tandem and a lovely rear and side garden. This grand home has almost 4, 000 sq. Feet of living space on 3 floors, 8 fireplaces, wide pine floors, a front and rear staircase. There are distant harbor views...

Property Highlights

  • Neighborhood: Historic Hill
  • Days on Market: 114
  • MLS: 1272214
  • Listing Pending

The "Samuel Barker House" is a gambrel roofed double brick ender antique home with a spectacular 18th century fanlight doorway. This property is one of earliest and most important antique homes in Newport. It was purchased in the 1960’s by the current owner. This a unique opportunity to buy a home of this magnitude, significance and size in the heart of Historic Newport and refresh it to your own specifications. There is parking for two + cars tandem and a lovely rear and side garden. This grand home has almost 4, 000 sq. Feet of living space on 3 floors, 8 fireplaces, wide pine floors, a front and rear staircase. There are distant harbor views from the second and third floor. Off the dining room and family room is a “ newer” el with an eat in kitchen & sitting area that has sliders to the blue stone patio plus there is a mud room with sink & a side entrance. The floor plan would graciously accommodate a home office for those zoom meetings that are now the new reality. The property is in the General Business zone and is a legal two family. 119 Spring Street is nestled among other 18th century and early 19th century mixed use properties -probably among the first type of commercial block of this type in America. At night this charming streetscape is magnified by the flickering gas lamps on this portion of Spring Street adding an extra ambiance. Open the front door and walk to all the shops and dining opportunities that make Newport the wonderful City by the Sea.

The "Samuel Barker House" is a gambrel roofed double brick ender antique home with a spectacular 18th century fanlight doorway. This property is one of earliest and most important antique homes in Newport. It was purchased in the 1960’s by the current owner. This a unique opportunity to buy a home of this magnitude, significance and size in the heart of Historic Newport and refresh it to your own specifications. There is parking for two + cars tandem and a lovely rear and side garden. This grand home has almost 4, 000 sq. Feet of living space on 3 floors, 8 fireplaces, wide pine floors, a front and rear staircase. There are distant harbor views from the second and third floor. Off the dining room and family room is a “ newer” el with an eat in kitchen & sitting area that has sliders to the blue stone patio plus there is a mud room with sink & a side entrance. The floor plan would graciously accommodate a home office for those zoom meetings that are now the new reality. The property is in the General Business zone and is a legal two family. 119 Spring Street is nestled among other 18th century and early 19th century mixed use properties -probably among the first type of commercial block of this type in America. At night this charming streetscape is magnified by the flickering gas lamps on this portion of Spring Street adding an extra ambiance. Open the front door and walk to all the shops and dining opportunities that make Newport the wonderful City by the Sea.

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  • Additional Information
    • Electrical: 100 Amps
    • Historic?: Local Historic District
    • Insulation: Uffi
    • Living Area SqFt: 3,612
    • Neighborhood: Historic Hill
    • Sewer: Connected, Municipal
    • Status: Pending
    • Subtype: Colonial, Historic
    • Type: Single Family
    • Year Built: 1750
    • Zoning: GB
  • Interior/Exterior Features
    • Beds: 6
    • Exterior Features: Brick, Clapboard, Needs Work
    • Fireplaces: 8
    • Flooring: Hardwood, Laminate, Pine, Plywood, Vinyl
    • Foundation: Brick
    • Full Baths: 3
    • Half Baths: 1
    • Heat: Central Heat, Forced Water, Gas Connected
    • Heat Fuel: Gas
    • Hot Water: Gas
    • Interior Features: Attic, Rough Bath, Stairs
    • Levels: 3
    • Plumbing: Copper, Mixed, Pvc
    • Rooms: 13
    • Stories: 3
    • Total Baths: 3.1
    • Walls: Ceramic, Dry Wall, Plaster, Wood

The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the IDX Program of the State-Wide Multiple Listing Service, Inc. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty are marked with the MLS logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing brokers. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Data is updated as of 04/15/2021. Listed By: Gustave White Sotheby's Realty.

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