Jarvis Homestead

Elmsworth, Maine
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Historic jewel in the heart of Ellsworth, 'Gateway to Acadia National Park,' this unique property boasts upwards of 30 rooms, in-ground, heated swimming pool, and spacious Carriage House, on just under 1 acre. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 'Jarvis Homestead' was built 200 years ago for Charles Jarvis and MaryAnn Black, daughter of Colonel John Black, whose own Woodlawn estate, diagonally across the street, is now a popular museum, open to the public. Both homes were designed from a blueprint of celebrated architect Asher Benjamin.

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Located at the edge of vibrant, charming downtown Ellsworth, you are within walking distance to all the cultural amenities the city has to offer, from its historic public library to City Hall, restaurants and shops. Restored by its present owner, with the utmost respect for its original architecture, while adding modern updates. Interior features include 7-8 bedrooms, with more easily added, swimming pool area features a changing room/half bathroom. A Carriage House with many updates and a 2nd 'Service Entrance' complete this nicely landscaped corner lot, with ample parking.

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