“The Orchard” was designed by the Newport architectural firm George Champlin Mason & Son, built of yellow Milwaukee brick, Ohio limestone, and a Munson slate roof in 1873 for George R. Fearing. The property features 4.75 gated and fenced private acres of landscaped, park-like grounds. This estate includes one of the largest private pools in Rhode Island and creates an outdoor entertaining venue like no other. A large terrace and beautiful gardens with 150-year-old beech trees make you feel like you have returned to the Gilded Age. The interiors are graced with marble floors, paneled wood libraries, and original ornamental plaster work. A detached carriage house provides two separated guest or staff quarters, five garage spaces, a rec room, and two greenhouses. The home also includes a lap pool, two hot tubs, and an indoor pool making a swimmers delight. Its central location allows for a short walk to the famed “Cliff Walk,” Easton’s Beach, Bellevue Avenue, and downtown Newport.