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The property is located in a Historic neighborhood on one of Rockland's most desirable streets, only two short blocks from downtown, shops, restaurants, public landing, marina and the world-famous Farnsworth Art Museum. This 3-story Italianate home was built in 1863 and retains many original details both inside and out, including hardwood floors, extraordinary woodwork, and an easterly-facing sunporch. The structure was converted to a 2-family residence in 1960, and is currently configured as the main house in the front portion, with a smaller dwelling in the rear. The larger space consists of 7-rooms and 2-baths, with an additional 2-rooms on the third floor. The rear space consists of an open floor plan on the first floor, with 2-bedrooms and a bath on the second. Setting it apart from most homes in the neighborhood, the lot spans street to street. Situated on the Grace side of the lot is an original 2-story barn, once used as stables. Offering many potentials, and could easily serve as a workshop, gallery or studio.Call today and see how you can restore this property that she once was.

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