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Epic Greek Revival on Nantucket's Main Street Wants $4.9M


Greek Revival lovers, rejoice! Corinthian pilasters, a temple-front facade, cupola, hand carved banister, former ballroom, and two domed ceilings await on Nantucket's Main Street.

We wrote about the circa 1845 abode back in 2013 for Whale Week, but here's how the brokerbabble introduces 94 Main Street:

The Hadwen-Wright house is a Greek Revival Style home with a temple front facade located on historic Main Street. The interior of the home also has several Greek Revival finishes including two domed ceilings on the second story, one of which was used as a reception hall for President Grant. This historically significant home has multiple living spaces, updated baths and kitchen and has the ability to be a special family home for generations to come.To refresh, William Hadwen, son-in-law of Joseph Starbuck, aka Nantucket's first real estate high roller, built the elaborate mansion for his niece as a wedding gift. The (currently cluttered/one knickknack shy of starring on "Hoarders") 4BR, 3BA hit the market this week and can be purchased by you, or your rich uncle, for $4,900,000.
· Nantucket's First Whale: Joseph Starbuck [Curbed Cape Cod]
· Listing: 94 Main Street, Nantucket [Great Point Properties]