NEWPORT, RI January 20, 2017 – A luxurious waterfront penthouse condominium with stunning views of Newport Harbor sold for $1,400,000, marking the highest price for a condominium at Coddington Landing in 10 years. The condo is one of only three units that have sold for over $1 million in Newport within the past 12 months , according to data from the Rhode Island MLS.*
“This unit offers an impressive list of amenities such as panoramic water views and a boat slip which are highly desirable to today’s luxury buyer,” said Alyce Wright, Sales Associate at Lila Delman Real Estate International, who represented the seller in the transaction.
The penthouse residence offers spectacular water views of Newport Harbor including Ida Lewis Yacht Club, Beacon Rock, Sail Newport, Goat Island, Newport Bridge and over to Jamestown. Located in the heart of Newport’s thriving downtown waterfront area, this fully renovated penthouse is within walking distance to renowned restaurants, distinctive shops and world class events. The residence also offers deeded rights to a 37ft. boat slip at the Coddington Landing Marina.
ABOUT LILA DELMAN REAL ESTATE INTERNATIONAL
Lila Delman founded the company’s original office in Narragansett over 50 years ago. Since then, Lila Delman Real Estate International has grown to include 6 strategically located offices, over 90 associates, a marketing department that creatively uses online social media, and an award-winning website. Utilizing international marketing partners such as Christie’s International Real Estate, Mayfair International Realty and Luxury Portfolio, the firm is consistently a frontrunner in the luxury market. For more information, please visit LilaDelman.com .
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*This representation is based in whole or in part on data supplied by the State-Wide Multiple Listing Service. The MLS does not guarantee and is not in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by the MLS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.