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A true work of art, this custom built home features local materials from the frame made of timbers off the property to the floor which is clay form the Bagaduce River. The builder, Jim Bannon is known for his work that ''is a successful marriage of the the raw materials that define our local landscape' 'trees, field stone, clay, and sand, and the centuries-long traditions of craftsmen and craftswomen shaping and assembling those materials into beautiful, durable structures.'' This house features a true blending of traditional craftsmanship with modern amenities to create a very comfortable and timeless home. The house is graciously set at the edge of an open blueberry field with windows and a stone patio that all face south. In addition to long pastoral views, the orientation provides passive solar benefits. Winter heat is provided by a wood cook stove along with a heat pump and radiant heat in the bathroom. Custom details throughout the house include hand made cabinets, windows and doors. The bedroom and bath are on the first floor, and there is a spacious loft for guests or office space. A barn for projects or storage is nearby, and professional landscaping around the house completes the package. House is being sold with 2.5 acres. There is an additional 36.6 acre parcel adjacent with 202 feet of waterfront on Blue Hill Bay that could be available with the property

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  • Description: A true work of art, this custom built home features local materials from the frame made of timbers off the property to the floor which is clay form the Bagaduce River. The builder, Jim Bannon is known for his work that ''is a successful marriage of the the raw materials that define our local landscape' 'trees, field stone, clay, and sand, and the centuries-long traditions of craftsmen and craftswomen shaping and assembling those materials into beautiful, durable structures.'' This house features a true blending of traditional craftsmanship with modern amenities to create a very comfortable and timeless home. The house is graciously set at the edge of an open blueberry field with windows and a stone patio that all face south. In addition to long pastoral views, the orientation provides passive solar benefits. Winter heat is provided by a wood cook stove along with a heat pump and radiant heat in the bathroom. Custom details throughout the house include hand made cabinets, windows and doors. The bedroom and bath are on the first floor, and there is a spacious loft for guests or office space. A barn for projects or storage is nearby, and professional landscaping around the house completes the package. House is being sold with 2.5 acres. There is an additional 36.6 acre parcel adjacent with 202 feet of waterfront on Blue Hill Bay that could be available with the property
  • Waterfront: No
  • Appliances Included: Dishwasher,Dryer,Refrigerator,Washer

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Listed by The Christopher Group, LLC

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