34 Hannibal Hamlin DR,
Stunning Mansard roof Victorian, circa 1870, located in the National Historic District. The Benjamin S. Doe House was built around 1870. It is Second Empire style and is the only mansard roof home in the National Historic District of Paris Hill. From the book â€œPortrait of Paris Hillâ€� by Martin Dibner, â€œAs a symbol of high European fashion, the Doe House marked the climax of Paris Hillâ€™s architectural development.â€� Four bedrooms, including first floor master suite with gas fireplace. Two full baths, one half bath/first floor laundry. Two fireplaces, one wood stove, one gas fireplace. Hot water baseboard central heating, multi-zone efficiency. Town water & sewer. Family room with wood stove. Great room with fireplace. Eat in kitchen with fireplace. Beautiful .96 acre corner of one of the most historically significant small villages in Maine. Handicapped accessible features, lovely front porch, large restored barn. Beautifully restored, move-in ready with views of the White Mountains.