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Location: Bar Harbor, Maine
The Skinny: In October of 1947, a wildfire tore through Maine's Mount Desert Island, consuming 10,000 acres of Acadia National Park and much of the town of Bar Harbor. In total, five historic hotels and 170 homes burned to the ground, including 67 on waterfront West Street, better known as Millionaire's Row. This 1910 cottage, at 115 West Street, was among the survivors and today sits proudly adjacent to the Bar Harbor Club. The 6,100-square-foot shingled house includes seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, seven fireplaces, and original butler's pantry. Sadly, the original kitchen has not survived—or was located in the basement—and has been replaced with a none-too-impressive modern version. Listed for $1.4M, the house last traded hands in 2003 for $980K.
· 115 West Street [Sotheby's International Real Estate via Zillow]