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Listed by Mary Ann Hebert and of BHGRE Bannon & Hebert

Stately colonial rich with town history. Built in 1860, the Robert Camp House was once owned by Mary Hillard, the founder of Westover School. Thoroughly renovated in a manner which speaks to the character of the house while embracing the best of today. The new mechanicals include heating, air conditioning, electrical and plumbing. The eat-in gourmet kitchen boasts custom cabinetry, fabulous molding and corbels, Viking appliances featuring a six burner gas stove with a pot filler and two expansive islands. French doors lead to the stone patio with a view of the side yard. The spacious dining room has a coffered ceiling and French doors which lead to a screened in porch, perfect for formal and informal entertaining. Relax in the living room with its built-in book shelves and large marble fireplace enhancing the old world charm of the property. The master bedroom suite has been completely renovated and reworked featuring a dressing room with a fireplace and built-in shelving. The adjoining bath has his and hers vanities, a claw foot tub and a large separate shower. A newly built heated 4 car tandem garage will delight the car enthusiast. Walking distance from the library, town hall and restaurants, this home is an elegant setting on a sought after street. 90 miles to NYC.

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