Built circa 1876 by Anna Pell, the late RI Senator Pell’s great aunt, this Victorian painted lady is filled with original details and is a spectacular example of the Exotic Revival Swiss Chalet style of architecture popular at the time.
Want to be in Newport for any or all of the fantastic summer, fall or winter 2015 events? Get in touch at 401-935-8591 or via email at email@example.com.
Spacious, luxuriously furnished, upscale apartment located in the heart of historic downtown Newport on the second floor of the Anna Pell House (circa 1876); two bedrooms, gourmet eat-in kitchen, large living room with open beams and fireplace. The apartment is light and airy with amenities that include: private entrance, off-street parking, hardwood floors, washer/dryer located in the bathroom, WiFi, flat screen TV, air conditioning, ceiling fans, ample closets, storage space, and VCR/DVD. Enjoy the ambiance of Newport’s sunrises and sunsets in the privacy of the apartment or in the award-winning garden.
Easy walking distance to Newport’s historic attractions, fine dining facilities, theaters, parks, shopping, libraries, and farmers’ market. Commuting options include access to public transportation and convenient biking around town.
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The Anna Pell House is located on the corner of Clarke and Mary Street in the heart of Newport’s famed Historic Hill, situated across from the National Historic Landmark Vernon House and the award-winning Vanderbilt Grace Hotel.
Fall & winter 2015 event highlights include: Newport Secret Garden Tour, Newport International Boat Show, Norman Bird Sanctuary’s Harvest Fair, Fall Newport Restaurant Week, Christmas in Newport, Newport Winter Festival and more. Park your car in the driveway upon arrival as all of these events along with everything downtown has to offer are easily accessible via walking, public transportation and water taxi. Neighborhood attractions include: Newport’s renowned historic attractions, fine dining facilities, theaters, parks, shopping, libraries, and farmers’ market.