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Location: 237 Ruggles Avenue, Newport, RI 

Square Footage: 24,393

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 15 bedrooms & 14 bathrooms

Price: $21,000,000

This historic waterfront Tudor style mansion, dubbed “Fairholme”, is located at 237 Ruggles Avenue in Newport, RI and is situated on 4.3 acres of land with 425′ of water frontage. 

It was designed by Frank Furness and built by Furness & Hewitt in 1874-1875 for Fairman Rogers. It changed owners throughout the years and was most recently bought by businessman Doug Manchester this past summer.

It features approximately 24,393 square feet of living space with 15 bedrooms, 12 full and 2 half bathrooms, foyer with staircase, elevator, formal living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room, library, ballroom, greenhouse and much more.

Outdoor features include a separate guest house, patios/terraces, formal gardens and a swimming pool.

 

It is listed at $21,000,000.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • horselips

    I love the Tudor style, but Lord have mercy, this mansion has 2 (TWO!) stupid round tables with flower pots on them. Fortunately, they are both near fireplaces – the solution is obvious. The library…hmmm…not a book in sight. Welcome to the Information Age.




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  • horselips

    I love the Tudor style, but Lord have mercy, this mansion has 2 (TWO!) stupid round tables with flower pots on them. Fortunately, they are both near fireplaces – the solution is obvious. The library…hmmm…not a book in sight. Welcome to the Information Age.




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  • Barnabus Samuel

    Magnificent and priceless home through and through. HOWEVER……..the TRULY inexcusable poor quality of the the equally and pitifully small (25!?!?!) number of photos for a TWENTY-FOUR-THOUSAND-AND-THREE-HUNDRED-AND-NINETY-THREE square foot mansion is utterly mind boggling. Unbelievably, the Seller is most likely the same as WAYYYYYYYYYYY too many others in that he, for whatever reason, is so removed from the process of marketing his TRULY irreplaceable, historic estate that he probably hasn’t even seen them. Incomprehensible!

    This castle should’ve been shot exactly like the photographers who shoot for Architectural Digest do or the most expensive listings in the best parts of L.A.. A Professional re-shoot is in IMMEDIATE order!




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