Historic 1820 Brick Colonial. On National Register of historic homes. Built by well known area sea captain. Started in 1805 completed 1820. Known as Turtle house because from the air it has shape of turtle. Rounded front and rear . Grand front entrance. Six magnificent 20 ft solid wood columns. Four fireplaces. Lower level large fireplace with Dutch oven. Walk out basement with large stone wine cellar below that .Under renovation. Ready for final details. Garage and inground pool.
|Last Updated||1/13/2021||Year Built||1820|
|BASEMENT||Finished, Full, Walkout; Foundation: Stone, Yes|
|CONSTRUCTION||Brick; Siding: Brick|
|INTERIOR||Floors: Hardwood, Wood; Windows: Double Hung; Walls: Plaster|
|PARKING||3.00 Car Garage|
|ZONING||Single Family Res - 210|
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