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Listed by Randy Annis of RE/MAX Bayside
Classic 5,000 square foot Victorian known best as the "Tilton Manor". Built in 1920, this Mansion has 9 Bedrooms and 6 Baths. The third floor was the caretaker's quarters, accessed only from a back stairway so not to interfere with the owner's domain. This area consisted of 3 bedrooms and a full bath. The second floor has a stunning open area at the top of the stairway before leading into a Master Bedroom Suite with Private Bath and large sitting area believed to be a Nursery. Then there are 3 other bedrooms, one having its own bath, and a full bath servicing the other 2 bedrooms. The main living area is spectacular. The photos tell the story. From the Butler's pantry to the hardwood floors, to the stone and tile work around the fireplaces, to the architecturally designed carriage house where the hot tub is located, to the open insulated 2nd floor of the 3-stall garage where one can hit golf balls or work out to your heart's content. This is a wonderful homestead only 5 minutes to Route 93, water, mountains and fresh air. Perfect Bed and Breakfast, Rooming House or Rehabilitation Center. Delayed showings until Saturday, 10/24/20.

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