The Storer Mansion is an Antique Federal home in the heart of downtown Kennebunk and was built in 1758. Visited by the Marquis De Lafayette in the early 1800's and the birth place of renowned author Kenneth Roberts, this home is both charming in character and gleaming with history. The modern kitchen features beautiful soapstone countertops and updated appliances. The wide plank flooring throughout the home is gorgeous and in some rooms, hand painted. The spacious dining room delights with hand-painted murals that depict "the travels of a Kennebunk sea captain," with panels showing The Tropics, Europe, Boston, and then, near the massive fireplace (one of six), safe passage Home to the Kennebunk River. 3 Generously sized bedrooms and 2 full baths can be found on the 2nd floor. A fantastic barn has guest quarters and amazing space for whatever the mind can imagine. A brand new roof, newer heating system and recent exterior paint, this home is move in ready!
||Cooktop, Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Wall Oven, Washer
||Full, Unfinished, Yes
||Clapboard, Wood Siding
||1 Car, Auto Door Opener, Barn, Detached, Storage Above, Yes
||Attic, Laundry-1st Floor, Master Bedroom w/Bath, Out Building, Porch, Security System, Storage
||Level, Sidewalks, Well Landscaped
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