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The first deed on this waterfront property is dated March 24, 1851. This was the former home of the legendary Arctic explorer, Rear Admiral Donald B. MacMillan. He resided in this home for many years and raised the first U.S. bred Eskimo dogs for his expeditions and oversaw the building of his first Arctic ship at the former Provincetown Playhouse location. Once used as barracks for the soldiers on Long Point and originally located between the two forts, this is now a legal two family property which retains much of the original detail over the expansive three floors of living space. With approximately 49 feet of frontage on the bay, this property is truly unique and speaks of its grand and courageous heritage.

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Listed by Susan J Davis of Coldwell Banker Pat Shultz R E

Listing Sold by Atlantic Bay Sotheby's Int'l R

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