On Tour: An Historic 1804 Federal Home in Manchester By The Sea
This coming Saturday, April 22, the Manchester Historical Museum will be featuring a restored 1804 Federal home, the Forster Leach House, on a historic home tour. This beautiful home is one Sally and I helped the current owners lovingly restore and we were delighted when they asked us to assist them in the guided tour of their home.
To RSVP for the tour, limited to two groups of 25 each, at 5:00 pm and 6:30 pm, with a lecture in between, please either call 978-526-7230 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details, please click here.
The home retains many original details, including the mantel in the living room, attributed to Salem architect, Samuel McIntire.
The homeowners were able to salvage and restore four of the home’s original mantels. Behind the rocking chair, note the hand carving in the restored wainscot trim.
The original details in the foyer provided inspiration for the cherry cabinetry details.
We look forward to seeing you this coming Saturday, so we and the homeowners can share more of their 1804 Federal home’s history and renovation story, with you.
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