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Mintwater Cottage, featured in Rhode Island Monthly as "one of the most magical homes" in the state. Storybook setting on daffodil-lined Mintwater Brook in picturesque Glen Manor estate area. Sited on 2.27 private acres with stone walls, perennial gardens, flowering shrubs, and original stone carriage bridge bordered by parkland. Located in Newport County's premier equestrian area. Enjoy pastoral scenes of horses grazing at Glen Farm Stables and beautiful sunset views. This idyllic home has been elegantly restored and enlarged to blend historic character with modern amenities. 4 bedrooms (2 en-suite), 3 full and one half baths, light-filled living room with 12’ ceilings and beautiful views, dining area, library, ground floor suite, and study/sitting room. Unique features include original pine and fir floors, 4 working fireplaces, exposed wooden beams, and a newly constructed covered porch and Ipe deck which overlooks the glorious grounds. Bluestone garden path leads to a former stable converted to a heated studio/office. Located on a country lane close to stables, beaches, walking trails, world-class polo, and golf. Minutes from Newport. Easy access to Boston, Providence, and 3+ hours from New York City. Enchanting.

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Listed by Kendra Toppa of Lila Delman Real Estate


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