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Welcome to the home of Cohasset Businessman, Paul Pratt. This historic home is set on a spacious 1.8 parcel within walking distance to Cohasset Village and Harbor. Constructed in the middle of the 19th century. Paul Pratt was the founder of Cohasset Savings Bank and a key figure in the educational and financial life of the town from 1788-1853. This elegant home was built in the Greek Revival and Italianate Style and incorporates exquisite stylistic details such as arch-top and circular windows supported by scrolled brackets,carved marble fireplace mantle and original staircase. Waiting for a new family to make it their own. This is a one of a kind property!

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Listed by Sally Marr of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Cohasset

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