Edson Bradley's $2 million Newport 'cottage' Seaview Terrace, which was originally in Washington DC. He decide to move to Newport because of his wife's heath and commissioned architect Howard Greenly to disassemble his DC palace, known as 'Aladdin's Palace' because of it's size, and reassemble most of it on a large Newport plot he bought had bought. Here are some photos I found of the mansion during the Bradley Tenure.
The Entrance Hall
View of The Tower
Photos, Courtesy of Bill Branch Collection