Three Homes On the Market in Newport’s East Row Historic District

Whether you’re looking for a space with historic charm or modern curb appeal, there’s something for everyone in this Northern Kentucky neighborhood.

With historic charm, tree-lined streets, proximity to downtown, and plenty of dining and entertainment options within walking distance, Newport’s East Row Historic District is the best of both words. Here are three very different homes that are currently on the market in the Northern Kentucky town.

602 E. 9th St., Newport

Photograph courtesy Chris Farr

This updated home features salvaged elements from the original property and plenty of modern touches, too. The front yard has a unique entry with a small, covered porch. Inside, white walls and shiplap details brighten the space and the original windows have been restored.

Photograph courtesy Chris Farr

In the all-white kitchen, the clean lines and stainless appliances give a luxe vibe. On the second floor, the home’s history shines through with the original hardwood floors. And in the main bedroom, a teal-tiled fireplace makes the space pop. This home is a blank canvas, ready for the new owner to make it their own!

734 Park Ave., Newport

Photograph courtesy Elaina Marie Photos

Also located in the East Row, this Park Avenue home offers loads of curb appeal with a welcoming front yard, extravagant entry, and cozy front porch. Built in 1895, the historic home offers three levels of living space, including grand living and dining rooms with stained glass and a kitchen overflowing with faux finishes and wood beam details.

Photograph courtesy Elaina Marie Photos

This home is dripping with grandeur (check out the ceiling details upstairs), but it would still make a fabulous family home with its whimsical details, second-floor living space, and detached two-car garage, complete with its own workshop.

605 Monroe St., Newport

Photograph courtesy Elaina Marie Photos

This East Row home is wildly different from the other two. Think funky decor, bright colors, and design elements that make a statement. In the living room, you’ll find teal walls, modern molding details, and a bright white fireplace that acts as the room’s focal point. Elsewhere on the first floor, patterned wallpaper acts as artwork in its own right.

Photograph courtesy Elaina Marie Photos

The kitchen is perhaps the most conservative space in the home with wood cabinets, granite countertops, and stainless appliances, but the stunning outdoor entertaining space flows with the bright theme. The covered outdoor living space is an urban oasis, complete with matte black design elements and even a mural painted on the wood fence. You’ll be the envy of your friends and family—if not the entire neighborhood—with a backyard like this.

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