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Comprised of approximately 66 continuous acres, and reminiscent of a by-gone era this mansion on the hill known today as Moraine Farm offers expansive grounds on the Shore of Wenham Lake. Rich in architectural details, this property was built by Peabody and Sterns. Frederick Law Olmsted designed elaborate gardens illustrating separate functions on the farm that respects the natural function of the land. The design is specific to support drainage and highlight that scientific farming with experimental forestry can be combined on a large country estate. Olmsted also laid out carriage drives and walking paths throughout the estate all of which are still in existence today. Subject to historic, environmental, and agricultural restrictions.

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Listed by Amanda Armstrong Group and Amanda Armstrong of Engel & Volkers By the Sea

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