History & heritage epitomize this distinctive colonial, known by locals as "The Old Parsonage." Built in 1813 by whaling captain John Pitcher, brother of Elizabeth Pitcher Tabor, this elegant home nestled in the heart of Marion village has been recently transformed into an architectural masterpiece. The 4-bedroom, 6-bath residence exudes cozy comfort from every corner, seamlessly blending modern amenities with old-world charm. A sweeping curved staircase leads to an exquisite kitchen featuring top-of-the-line Bosch appliances, induction cooktop, double ovens, quartzite waterfall-edged counters & a black & white hand painted checkered floor. The gracious fireplaced dining room w/ crystal chandelier leads into a custom bar & stunning fireplaced living area. Also featured: 3 ensuites w/ custom marble floored baths, accessory apartment, solar panels, outdoor shower, all new roof & Marvin windows! Make this spectacular village classic, located a 1/2 mile from the beach, a place to call home
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