This property is coming on the market for the first time in over 50 years. It is grand in every sense and exudes a 1930s aura – the property boasts 345 feet of prime waterfront on 15 acres, the main cottage, an expansive wet slip boathouse, garage, three cabins, and “Edith”, a 26-foot 1936 Greavette Commander mahogany boat that has known no home other than the boat house in which she currently resides. The beautifully landscaped grounds around the main cottage feature perennial gardens, stone patios and walkways, iron railings and expansive lawns. The main cottage is on two levels, with living, dining, kitchen, sun room, sitting room, and verandah on the main floor, and six bedrooms on the upper floor. Living quarters are also located in the upper floors of the boathouse and garage, and there are three cabins on the waterfront. The waterfront portion of the property is zoned as commercial, providing opportunities for unique business ventures.