Built in 1831, the Captain Enos Chandler house represents a historically significant part of Yarmouth's seafaring past. This stately brick federal style residence spread over 3300 square feet seamlessly blends period details with modern-day amenities. A perfect place to entertain, the home offers a traditional layout with an exceptional flow and floor-plan. The first floor presents a grand formal dining room, an inviting formal living room, a spacious family room, and a fully renovated kitchen that will delight any culinary enthusiast. Featuring professional-grade appliances, custom cabinetry, a charming breakfast nook, and thoughtful touches like exposed brick, post and beam ceilings, and stunning wide pine floors, this kitchen checks all the boxes. Heading upstairs you will discover two generously sized bedrooms located at the front of the house, sharing an updated bathroom. Continuing down the hall, a delightful sitting room awaits, leading to two additional bedrooms accompanied by another beautifully updated full bathroom. This thoughtful arrangement ensures utmost comfort and privacy, making it an ideal space to host visiting guests or family. Adjoining to the main house, an inviting barn calls to creative souls and tinkerers alike. With studio space above and ample room below for a workshop, this versatile structure offers endless possibilities for pursuing artistic endeavors or hands-on projects. The location is truly unparalleled, boasting convenience and charm. A short stroll will lead you to Main Street, where an array of restaurants and coffee shops await or head down the hill to the marina and hop on a boat to explore the Royal River and the Casco Bay beyond. With downtown Portland just a 15-minute drive away, you'll revel in the best of both worlds—secluded suburban living with easy access to the vibrant city. Come and experience one of Maine's most beloved towns.