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Listed by Coldwell Banker American Heritage
This is the Hayden House - a Federal style home built 1807 by deacon Aaron Hayden. The Mansard roof was added later by owner General S.D. Leavitt, who was the 1st mayor of Eastport. One of the grandest homes in Eastport w/10 ft ceilings, gorgeous built -ins, stained glass windows, 4 bedrooms plus expansive studio space, 2 full baths, (2) 1/2 baths & a bathing room. Located in town on shy of 0.50 acre w/established gardens, gazebo aka teahouse, & brick & stone patios that look out onto the gardens. A gem in the middle of Eastport.

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