The South Shore is rich in both history and culture. Those who came to the area brought many skills. In the 1870's, 300 Main Street was the location of the Cooperage. The barrels made there not only served the local needs but were also packed with goods that left by ship to many parts of the world. It later became a family home with the last part of the Cooperage being removed in the 1940's. The home sits on a generous lot that backs on the Walking Trail System. The side entrance leads to an open concept kitchen with lots of cabinet space, dining area, and wood stove. An open sun porch with vaulted ceiling and lots of windows allows the sun to pour in most of the day. A patio door allows further access to a sun drenched deck. Also on the main floor are the living room, half bath with laundry, and front foyer. The stairwell was built and crafted by the owner at that time to access the 3, second floor bedrooms. The second level also has a full bath with skylight. The lot is a gardener's dream. The workshop is great for the handyman and projects. The funky sauna is ideal for relaxation after a walk, workout, or for a winter warm up. This home adds up to being either a wonderful year-round family home or an in-town summer cottage.
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