Purchased in 1964 from Turner and Cook by artist Richard Bove, and originally built as a non denominational structure, this property is an example of formal simplicity. The building has an authentic and unpretentious character, and is approachable and welcoming. It upholds the traditional New England concept of frugality of construction and locally sourced materials, with maple floors and chestnut beams. Set in the village center, with 11 acres of land stretching back to the Umpachene River, this property combines history, rural character, community, and is an updated architectural treasure. (remarks continued...)
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