Rich history rolls through thick granite walls in the Hennessy Mansion, a more than 13, 000 square foot marvel built during the Progressive Era in 1901. Spacious rooms, soaring ceilings, and large porches symbolize wealth and ingenuity. Daniel Hennessy, a financial mastermind of the time, spared no expense in the construction of his striking family home. Each room in the mansion is unique and intriguing. Tiffany stained glass windows garnish the grand dining hall with color as they sit above a one of a kind bronze fireplace with a mythological and nautical feel. Hand carved wreaths wrap the main hall in a constant celebration of life, and stamped tin ceilings echo the style of the times. The library moves with hand carved shelves and the parlor flaunts hand painted wood and massive light flooding windows. Three stories rise with wide staircases and ornate railings. Rooms parade unique windows, charming hardwood, original tile, and detailed fireplaces.
Listing Agent: Dawn Lewton
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