Fifth Avenue luxury on Aquidneck Island

Fifth Avenue luxury on Aquidneck Island


Carnegie1 Carnegie2 Carnegie3 Carnegie4 Carnegie5Carnegie Abbey, considered among the finest sporting clubs in the world, is truly without peer in New England— there is no other property that offers residential living, golf, yachting, tennis, equestrian, spa, and world-class dining in one location. The centerpiece of this unique community is the Tower at Carnegie Abbey. Residents here enjoy a lifestyle rich in amenities yet with relaxed island living, full concierge service, and the classic luxury of Newport, Rhode Island.
Tower residences are available in a range of price points, from the mid-six figures to high-seven figures for a penthouse location. Virtually all residences enjoy the exceptional luxury of such features as 24-hour concierge service, a private gym and fitness center with access to a personal trainer, beach-style cabanas available for purchase, an outdoor spa, a lap pool and separate children’s pool.
Inside the residences, 9-foot ceilings contain 7-foot windows, with breathtaking views of Narragansett Bay. Master bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms feature jetted tubs with stone decks and marble floors. Brazilian Cherry hardwoods, solid wood doors, and granite and marble kitchens showcase the high quality craftsmanship on display in each and every Tower residence. Select residences enjoy penthouse-style entrances with the elevator opening to a private foyer, some with private balconies as large as 300 square feet.
Custom cabinets and top-of-the-line Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances appoint exceptional chef’s kitchens, and when you do not wish to be the chef, there is a world-class chef on staff at the Carnegie Abbey Club. The entire property has been impeccably designed: the a building by the award-winning Burt Hill architect Steven Brittan, the lobby interior by Jinnie Kim Design, and the landscape design by award-winning LandWorks Collaborative.

Prices available on request
Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty
Kathleen Greenman
Paul Leys