Bonniecrest Manor House is one of the most spectacular Brick Tudor revival residences in America. It stands confidently on a cliff-side site overlooking Brenton Cove in Newport. John Russell Pope created here one of his most successful residential projects. Bonniecrest contains a wide array of carefully chosen native and imported materials, selectively aged to maintain authenticity. On the interior, the same combination of old and new and the use of the best artisans, including Samuel Yellin, a master metalsmith from Philadelphia, makes each of these condominiums special and unique. This two-to-three bedroom second-floor condominium unit has wonderful silver hardware, soaring ceilings with detailed crown moldings, and lovely walnut walls. Step onto one of the two terraces, or walk down to the Olmsted-designed lawn and watch the boating activity for which Newport is world famous. If lounging at the pool or playing tennis are done for the afternoon, call the water taxi for a trip across the harbor for downtown Newport dining.