Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty recently announced the sale of ‘Snug Harbor’ located  at 328 Bellevue Avenue in Newport.

The property, on nearly  two acres, sold for $3,750,000. The buyers were represented by David  Huberman of Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty. Kylie  McCollough of Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty represented the  seller. 

This Queen-Anne style estate is listed on the National Register of Historic  Places and was designed by the renowned architectural firm of William  Appleton Potter & Robert H. Robertson. Also known as ‘The Charles H.  Baldwin House,’ the ‘summer cottage’ was commissioned in 1877 and has been  featured in many important publications on architectural history. With almost  7,000 sf of interior living space, the ‘summer cottage’ also includes private  outdoor areas — piazza, pool, clay tennis court, and lush lawns and gardens. 

This sale represents one of seven sales of single-family houses over $3,000,000  so far this year, according to Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty. During the same period last year, there were two sales over  that price.

Paul Leys, broker/co-owner of Gustave White Sotheby’s  International Realty stated, “The sale of one of Newport’s famed Bellevue  Avenue architectural gems continues to show the strength and variety of the  Newport market. Today’s buyers can find newer contemporary, waterfront  and water view, or in-town classic turn-of-the-century residences with great  detail.” 

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