Located on Newport’s famous Cliff Walk, this grand oceanfront estate epitomizes the Gilded Age.
The Atlantic Ocean is a stone’s throw from this Rhode Island mansion’s door. Honeysuckle Lodge, as it’s known, was designed by Boston architectural firm Peabody and Stearns and was built in 1886. The home, which epitomizes the Gilded Age, has nine bedrooms, nine baths, 10,275 square feet of living space and is situated on Newport’s famous Cliff Walk.
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