On the Market: A Victorian Gem in Gloucester
This home on Rocky Neck sits across from the subject of an Edward Hopper painting.
1 Clarendon Street, Gloucester
Size: 2,473 square feet
This Victorian home on Gloucester’s Rocky Neck is a century-old gem, offering four bedrooms and almost 2,500 square feet of living space. Step through the front door to find a small reading nook under the winding stairway, and beyond it, a bay window with stained glass bathes the dining room in light. The kitchen boasts a breakfast nook that leads to a brick patio, where you can glimpse ocean views from a small garden.
The place is, of course, a marvel on its own. But across the street, another Victorian—the “sister” home of the house at 1 Clarendon Street—once captivated painter Edward Hopper. He recreated the home in his work The Mansard Roof in 1923.
For information, contact Barbara Dugan, By the Sea Sotheby’s International Realty, sothebysrealty.com.