Passage Rocks: A secluded modern retreat overlooking the East Passage of Narragansett Bay.
The Playhouse: An early 1900s boathouse renovated as a family haven on the water of Prices Neck Cove.
Built in 1887-88, Snug Harbor on Bellevue Avenue is an excellent example of a transitional style between the Queen Anne and Shingle styles. It was initially constructed for U.S. Navy Admiral Charles H. Baldwin.
Sulthorne: Just off Bellevue Avenue, an architect designs a new shingle and stone house for his young family, and also renovates a 19th century barn on the property.
Birdsong: A 1940s cottage nestled near Hammersmith Farm takes on nautical style when renovated for a young family.
Considered one of the best surviving examples of Gilded Age coaching and storage, the recently restored Breakers Stable & Carriage House dates from 1895 and features 16 original carriages.