253 Bellevue Ave.
Newport, Rhode Island
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Phone: 401-847-1000
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This charming Gothic-revival cottage was built in 1841 by Richard Upjohn as a summer residence for George Noble Jones of Savannah, Georgia, and rebuilt for the King family in 1881 by the legendary firm of McKim, Mead and White. It still possesses original rooms from each era. At the center is one of America's greatest dining rooms, with Tiffany glass blocks and a unique cork ceiling. Its furnishings reflect the King family's success as China Trade merchants, with rare furniture, silver collections and Chinese decorative arts. Open seasonally.

No Smoking Allowed No Pets Allowed No Alcohol Allowed
Listing Category: Listing in Travel Guide, Listing on Web
Region: Newport County
Guide Category: Heritage- Mansions & Historic Homes
Discounts: AAA, Military
Method of Payment: Cash, Debit, Major credit cards, Personal checks, Travelers checks
Parking: Parking available, Parking free
Restrictions: Alcohol prohibited, No pets, Smoke free facility
Heritage Federal Registry: National Historic Landmark
Heritage Preservation Society ownership: PSNC
Heritage Seasonality: Other
Tours Seasonality: Other
Groups - Parking: Free parking

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