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Federal, central part of the house built c.1775-1800, "new" addition fronting street (Cape with Greek revival characteristics) built c.1800-1825 and ell, attached barn and separate carriage house built between 1830-1840. John Hubbard, physician and Governor of Maine from 1848-1850, purchased the property in 1831 and it remained in that family until 1882. Listed historic home lovingly maintained with many original architectural details creates lots of charm and sense of stepping back in time.

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