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Location: Brooksville, Maine
The Skinny: Unlike so many modern additions to the Maine coastline, this residence, built in 1991, doesn't attempt to emulate the great Gilded Age homes of Maine's past, but instead references many architectural influences. Sure, like so many Down East homes, it is shingled, but the similarities end there. Inside, there are beautiful exposed beams, light Japanese-influenced woodwork, marble tile floors, curved walls, and arched fireplaces. Set on seven secluded acres on a private peninsula, the main house is joined by a guest house with greenhouse, and the compound is listed for $3.75M.
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