This turn of the century cottage, overlooking the outer harbor, was lovingly restored and a new wing added. Once known as Holmes Hole Neck in the 1700’s, this property was the location of the Seaman’s Reading Room. This was a time when up to two hundred sailing ships of all sizes could be seen anchored off the bluff, where this house now sits proudly.
A brick entryway bisects this almost 6500 square foot house and leads you to panoramic views of the outer harbor. The architecture and craftsmanship is traditional and finely executed. Period casement windows, combined with custom metal sliding doors and architectural bronze details, blend well in this traditional setting.