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The Captain George Nickerson Greek Revival home is ready for the next phase of history. Originally built in 1835 by Benjamin Hallet, Captain Nickerson purchase the home and remodeled it to a sea captain home which it has maintained ever since. The home has quite a history as primary residence, an Inn and a speakeasy, The Silver Slipper during prohibition. The house boast a stunning 22 by 13 dining room with extra wide plank floor boards, a sitting room with a 2 way brick fireplace and beautiful bay window. The screen in porch is perfect to sit and enjoy the scenery. There are 5 bedrooms, and a finished 3rd level which could be used as an art studio, office or extra space. A special property for you to enjoy.

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Listed by Barbara Corcoran of William Raveis Real Estate & Home Services

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