Architecturally significant as George Champlin Mason’s first Newport commission, this elegantly understated stone villa ($3,995,000) is sited on two private landscaped acres. Beautifully restored and exceptionally suited for entertaining, the superbly scaled formal rooms feature high ceilings and French doors leading to a lovely south-facing veranda. Magnificent specimen trees highlight lush and verdant gardens. Period details include 18th-century French mantelpieces, high ceilings, antique parquet flooring, and a black and white marble foyer. Desirable and stately in-town location between Bellevue Avenue and Newport’s historic Cliff Walk, is an easy stroll to shops and Newport Harbor.