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Former Admiral William V. Pratt home situated on the top of Primrose Hill overlooking the City of Belfast and the Belfast Harbor. Many updates and improvements have been made to this historic old Sea Captains House to renovate, and transform from historic 1812 house on a 1.5 acre double lot in downtown Belfast into a school Keeping in mind that it could also be easily convert back to the beautiful home is still is, with many other possibilities' and opportunities. Gorgeous architectural details in most rooms. Original wood floors, fireplaces Unused by seller in almost every room, Spacious 2-3BR owner's quarters plus separate 2BR guest quarters. Commercial quality appliances in the kitchen. Full dry basement with new underpinning steel beam, workshop and one car garage. Sprinkler/fire system on all levels. Large parking area.

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