Check out this article in todays’ Boston Globe about the sale of Oakwood in Newport , which was the summer home of Mary Astor. While many of the Newport mansions have been preserved as museums, this has been a real home for over a century.
This breakfast room is relatively low key as compared to the rest of the house. Well – except for the ginormous portrait on the right.
So, if you have $10.7M and a hankering to live among the ghosts of the Gilded Age – this could be the place for you!
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(photography by Tom Herde, courtesy of The Boston Globe)Would you like my Favorite Tips for a Well-Decorated Home? Click here!