1840 Greek Revival.
Rumored to have been constructed by a ships captain, this circa 1840 Greek revival measures 30 x 40 feet with a small ell at the rear. The layout is typical for a center chimney dwelling with fireplaces on the first and second floors. On the first floor the ceiling height is 8’ 2” and 7’ 10” on the second floor. The house is very well preserved with all its interior Greek revival features intact. Although standing, the building must be dismantled and moved.
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