Captain Foster’s Homestead was built in the late 1700.
This incredibly old captain’s home has been maintained with a commitment to the original architecture. “The beauty of this property is that the true nature of the period details have not been compromised,” Burnham says. Some of the lasting features include wide pine flooring, a kitchen with walk-in pantry, numerous fireplaces, and two separate parlors.
The wonderful rolling lawns are complete with stone walls, landscaped trees, and plantings, and lead out to two other buildings on the property. One is a barn currently that used to be an antique store, the other a three-bay carriage house with studio apartment attached and office space below.
The property will be under the care of a Not-For-Profit specializing in repurposing historic home while simultaneously bringing them back to represent it’s original aspect.
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