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    20 Berkeley Avenue #4, Newport, RI, USA, 02840

    • Posted: 5/7/2018 12:56:23 PM
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    1

    Bedrooms

    1

    Bathrooms

    862

    sqft (approx)

    MLS ID#: 1185598

    Neighborhood: Bellevue Ave

    $335,000 USD

    Beautiful building on a gracious side street, walking and biking distance to Bellevue Ave, downtown Newport shopping and dining, Cliff Walk, Ocean Drive and beaches in all directions. Fully rehabbed in 2005 with attention to original detail, this stylish condo is a spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom sunny unit on the second floor. It features a large kitchen with abundant storage in high quality cabinetry, granite counters, a long granite peninsula for food prep and seating, stainless steel appliances, and a large dining area with lovely exposed brick wall. The living room has a decorative fireplace feature, and is large enough to also accommodate an office area. Beautiful hardwood floors, high ceilings and architectural moulding throughout. Attractive freshly painted entranceway, private off street parking and a large yard complete the package. Well run association, and condo fee includes heat! For history buffs: this building was originally located on Bellevue Ave between Berkeley Ave and East Bowery Street. It's earliest use was as a hotel for French seamstresses. It was later used as a single family home by Dr. Christopher Horseman, a veterinarian. Dr. Horsemen came to America from Dinsdale, Durham, England, which is where the name Dinsdale Cottage came from. The home was eventually turned into apartments, then completely and beautifully refurbished in 2005, when it was converted to it's existing use.