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1831 Greek Revival home, designed and built by noted architect Calvin Ryder. Ryder built the Union Meeting House in Winterport then this house at 409 South Main St and then went on to Belfast Maine building the James P. White house on Church St and several other Belfast houses before moving his business to Boston and Cambridge Massachusetts. The Winterport house is sited on the back uphill acre of a 2 acre lot with 200 feet of frontage on US Route 1A. Walking distance of a full service marina. A 2002 addition built of mainly local Maine lumber, features a two bedroom in-law apartment with a large deck looking down the Penobscot River on the second level and a studio/workshop/great room space with a 12 foot ceiling on the ground level. This original building and addition is 45 feet across east to west and 99 feet long south to north. Traffic count on US RT 1A at this location is 6130 per Maine DOT 2017 report.

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