Since 1995, The Parents Association of St. Michael’s Country Day School has opened more than 75 homes of historic and cultural interest to area residents. Below are a few of our favorites. Money raised benefits the students and programs of the school which is an independent, non-denominational, coeducational school for students in preschool (three-year-olds) through eighth grade.
An 1887 McKim, Mead & White design. The house’s name refers to its location atop a hill with a view across meadows and farmland toward the sea.
A delightful summer guest cottage, located on Edgehill’s abundant, rolling property.
Recently renovated 20th-century shingle-and-stone home situated high on a hill for prime viewing of one of Newport’s most delightful vistas.
Stunning new construction of nautical style with inspiring views of Newport Harbor and bridge.
1848 Gothic Revival style house located on Newport’s famed Bellevue Avenue.
A perfectly preserved 1861 Italianate villa owned by the Preservation Society of Newport County.
From a secluded modern retreat overlooking the East Passage of Narragansett Bay to a 1940s cottage nestled near Hammersmith Farm.
From the Commodore William Edgar House designed by McKim, Mead & White in 1886 to the 2004 Wind Shadows estate set on a breathtaking 20-acre property in the Ocean Drive area of Newport.