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Dating back to the mid-18th Century, Shirley-Eustis House is a historic manor house constructed by William Shirley. The house is listed as the National Historic Landmark and is one of the few royal governor mansions in the country. This Georgian style house is a hub for local events today. Many cultural programs and local festivals take place here quite often. Weddings and private functions can be held here too. The house and the surrounding property is available on hire. It is also open to public visitation and guided tours are offered.
Shepherd Brooks Estate is a fine example of 19th-century architectural works. It is one of the oldest historical places to survive as a masterpiece. The mansion was used for different purposes during various decades. In the 1960s the house was used as a residence for the wonded war survivors, it was later used as a hospital for the veterans. In 1980s the mansion was used to admit mentally challenged individuals. A tour to this historic villa is a must as it offers patrons scenic view of the pristine pond, flower gardens and some Victorian artifacts like shepherd's carriage.
This beautiful Shingle Style stone structure was built in 1866 and was home to Robert Treat Paine, Jr. It is now used as a museum to display the spectacular architecture that is a reflection of the olden days. Guided and self guided tours of the house are available. The facility is also used as a rental space for private events and proves to be a great historic venue for intimate weddings or conferences.