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A Prestigious Restoration in Essex Village
Originally built in 1799 with a two year comprehensive re-imagination by Sapia Builders and Scot Samuelson Architects, this antique home has been made new again. The historic structure was raised to install a new basement and everything was built to the highest standards. It is the signature property on Main Street and borders a private entry via Parker Lane. The second floor has views of the water and maritime activity while the back yard is completely gated for privacy. Winner of three architectural awards, this property has two dwellings. . . a Main house and a Carriage house. The Main house includes a custom prep-catering kitchen, a spectacular kitchen, dining room, living room, office and library with wet bar, fireplace and sunroom, which could be converted into a first floor master with full bath already in place. All bedrooms are ensuite in both structures. The Carriage house spans the three car parking, offering a gathering area with a vaulted ceiling, wet bar, separate bedroom and full bath. Custom walnut floors, all new Marvin wood windows, thick walnut doors throughout, coffered ceilings and arched moldings, a cedar shake roof, custom cupolas and hardware, fixtures and faucets from England are just a few of the extraordinary features in this exceptional custom home. Nothing has ever come to market in Essex such as 32 Main Street.