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Listed by Terry Davis of Williamson Group Sothebys Intl. Realty
The AG Dewey house was built in 1876 as a 1½ story cape. AG Dewey was the founder/partner of Dewey's Mills established in 1837. The woolen mill had 63 buildings and, in its grandeur, employed over 200 people. As the Dewey family grew the house expanded; renovated in 1903 the house became the stately Colonial Revival it is today. Due to the historic and architectural significance, the house was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Established perennial gardens enhance the beauty of this lovely home. Stepping over the threshold takes one back in time. Raised paneling, ornamental stair case, antique chandlers, and hardwood floors are what you notice when entering into this magnificent home. Large living room with soapstone wood stove will keep you warm on chilly nights. Formal dining and den with bathroom are around the corner. Continue beyond the dining room into the kitchen and to the family room, from there you have access to the laundry room and deck to enjoy views of the pond, river and wildlife. The owner's suite is on the second level, which consists of a sitting and dressing room, fireplace and private porch. There are two additional bedrooms, and bathroom. On the third level are two more bedrooms, bathroom, along with one en suite bedroom. This amazing property is filled with history from yesteryear. The house has been updated over time, although much of the charm and character remains. A step back in time, with the conveniences of modern day living.

Property Details of 505 Deweys Mills Road

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  • Description: The AG Dewey house was built in 1876 as a 1½ story cape. AG Dewey was the founder/partner of Dewey's Mills established in 1837. The woolen mill had 63 buildings and, in its grandeur, employed over 200 people. As the Dewey family grew the house expanded; renovated in 1903 the house became the stately Colonial Revival it is today. Due to the historic and architectural significance, the house was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Established perennial gardens enhance the beauty of this lovely home. Stepping over the threshold takes one back in time. Raised paneling, ornamental stair case, antique chandlers, and hardwood floors are what you notice when entering into this magnificent home. Large living room with soapstone wood stove will keep you warm on chilly nights. Formal dining and den with bathroom are around the corner. Continue beyond the dining room into the kitchen and to the family room, from there you have access to the laundry room and deck to enjoy views of the pond, river and wildlife. The owner's suite is on the second level, which consists of a sitting and dressing room, fireplace and private porch. There are two additional bedrooms, and bathroom. On the third level are two more bedrooms, bathroom, along with one en suite bedroom. This amazing property is filled with history from yesteryear. The house has been updated over time, although much of the charm and character remains. A step back in time, with the conveniences of modern day living.
  • Waterfront: 216
  • Water Body Name: Deweys Pond
  • Water Body Type: Pond
  • Appliances Included: Cooktop - Gas,Dishwasher,Dryer,Exhaust Hood,Microwave,Range - Gas,Refrigerator,Washer

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