The Breaker located in Newport, Rhode Island. The captain Vandeubilt built the summer home for his family. Inspired by the palaces of Genoa and Turin 16th century. A total of 70 rooms, sea cliffs waves slap voices, so named the Breaker. After a scenic garden lawn Villa, delicate lawn, flowers and trees to build neat, beautiful like Haizi’s poem: spring blossoms.
Vandeubilt has seven children, his youngest daughter in 1934 after the death of his mother inherited the villa. Her enthusiastic in public welfare, had open the Breaker for Newport County in 1948 to raise funds. In 1972, the county bought from her, today, Villa Breaker has been already a National Historic Site.