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Built in 1902 to overlook the Western Promenade Park, the White Mountains and the Fore River, this outstanding brick victorian boasts an exceptional level of restored original detail. It was built for owner Adam P. Leighton, founder of the picture postcard. Designed by architect Frederick Tompson, this home truly captures elegant urban living. In addition to the gourmet kitchen, handsome walnut library, elegant stained glass window features, a dining room mural wraps around the full room and is accented by built-in leaded glass cabinets and wood burning fireplace! This home also boasts a welcoming master bedroom with sitting room, walk-in closet, full bath and private porch deck, an updated and convenient 2nd floor laundry and more! The third floor offers a lovely living room room with fireplace and additional bedrooms and full bath. Please call for more information on the exceptional details of this property!

Listed by Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty

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