Best Newport Mansions

Which one is your favorite?

I've had the pleasure of spending quite a bit of time in many of the best

Newport mansions. I toured most of them as a child with my family, and spent many years working parties in them as well.

The opulence of The Breakers and Marble House is unbelievable. The Elms has that rear lawn and garden. You've got the fountain and the view from Rosecliff, and Rough Point has an underground salt-water pool!

I love them all, but if I have to pick one my choice is The Breakers. But I'm more interested in your opinion. Share your thoughts below on your favorite.

View of Ochre Court from the Newport Cliff Walk

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Which Is Your Favorite Newport Mansion?

If you could go back in time to the Gilded Age and live in any of the Newport mansions, which would you choose?

If you've seen any of these amazing homes, which one is your favorite?

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Best Newport Mansions

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Hunter House -- Liveable Grandeur 
Hunter House is one of the smaller mansions in Newport, but it is most attractive and built on a human scale. The Breakers was designed by a millionaire …

The Breakers - The Biggest of Them All Not rated yet
I'd have to say that the Breakers is my favorite mansion, mostly because of it's size and the interior is just amazing. The dining room is unbelievable! …

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