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Single FamilyFor Sale
$3,125,000
400 Great Pond Road
North Andover, MA 01845
Courtesy of William Raveis R.e. & Home Services
MLS Property Information Network
5Beds
4Full1Half Baths
3,640Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$16,231/mo

THE WILLIAM SUTTON BOATHOUSE, circa 1900 – North Andover’s most unique property rests on 7.8 bucolic acres with 700 ft of lakefront. The Massachusetts Historical Commission lists the property as historically significant. A Good Inland Town described, "A whimsical design in the Colonial Revival Style, the boathouse straddles the shoreline on a picturesque rubble-stone foundation that plunges out into the lake." Scenic Weir Hill Reservation across the lake is permanently protected, providing unchanging views. A private conservation restriction w/the Essex County Green belt on 1 2/3 acres of the meadow, abutting the driveway, protects the water supply and shields the property from the road, creating a hidden oasis. This iconic property from a by-gone era represents New England living at its finest.

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