A true living piece of history. The Temperance Tavern was built in 1793 and has served as the Governors Mansion, The Towns Public House, and a courthouse over the years. Now a private residence, all the antique features have been retained and restored. Wide pine floors, six Rumford working fireplaces, stenciling, antique hardware and exposed hand-hewed beams create a Currier and Ives portrait setting you can call your home. The Tavern room could be used as a great room for gatherings or for a home business. A separate lot houses your own spring and spring hose for water supply. Possible uses are a Bed & Breakfast, restaurant or retail (country store). If you like antiques and value the past this is a rare opportunity.