LOCATION: 115 Narragansett Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island
SQUARE FOOTAGE: 19,050
BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 25 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms
This historic French inspired home, dubbed “Bois Doré”, is located at 115 Narragansett Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island and is situated on 4 acres of land.
It was designed by New York architect Charles A. Platt and built in 1927. It was originally commissioned for William Fahnestock, founder of present day Citigroup, and was also owned by Campbell Soup heiress Elinor Winifred Dorrance Hill Ingersoll and Oil baroness Carolyn Mary Skelly.
It features approximately 19,050 square feet of living space with 25 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, foyer, 2 staircases, an elevator, formal living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room, 2000 square foot ballroom and more.
Outdoor features include a gated entrance and terrace.
It is listed at $10,900,000.