Spend a memorable summer in this South-of-the-highway, Stanford White-designed Newport Cottage, circa 1905. This was once the home of 1930 winner of the Nobel Prize in literature, Sinclair Lewis. This three-bedroom, three-bath gem offers 2,500 sq. ft. of living space with custom-made Stickley furniture. The butler's pantry flows into the inviting formal dining room, which overlooks one professionally landscaped acre, complete with heated pool. The spacious master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and all the romance of the period. Two additional bedrooms have their own private updated baths and working fireplaces. A new pool house is under construction. This residence is in Georgica, a short distance to the ocean.