Visitors to Newport enjoy endless options for dining, high-end shopping, nightlife, world-class hotel accommodations, sailing, surfing, yachting, and sight-seeing. Newport is among the most popular wedding destinations in the state offering countless options for wedding venues. A hub of tourism, visitors can enjoy the Tennis Hall of Fame, popular Audrain Automobile Museum, the Cliff Walk, scenic Ocean Drive, Brenton Point State Park, Castle Hill Inn, and Fort Adams State Park.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.9M
Lowest Price $5.5K
Highest Price $17M
Total Listings 57
Avg. Days On Market 59
Avg. Price/SQFT $666

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More About Newport

Newport is a coastal city on scenic Aquidneck Island in Newport County, Rhode Island. Lovingly nicknamed “America’s First Resort,” Newport is known for its rich history, impressive Gilded Age mansions, and its sailing prestige. The city was the location of the first U.S. Open tournaments for both tennis and golf, as well as for the America's Cup between 1930 and 1983.

Being a hub of major activity starting in the 18th-century, this port city has a broad range of architecture and a high concentration of Colonial era, historic buildings. It was known for being the location of the "Summer White Houses" during the administrations of Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy.

Some of Newport’s gorgeously preserved properties include Dorris Duke’s Rough Point Mansion, The Elms, Rosecliff, Chateau Sur Mer, Hunter House, Chepstow, Isaac Bell House, Kingscote, and Vanderbilt homes, The Breakers and Marble House.
Newport is also home to Salve Regina University and Naval Station Newport, which houses the United States Naval War College, the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, and an important Navy training center.

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