This house perched above the rocky coastline of Deer Isle, Maine, is famous for several reasons: 1) It was built in 1896 for landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. 2) It was designed by William Ralph Emerson, who originated the popular Shingle Style. 3) It was the filming location for Mel Gibson’s The Man Without a Face. It’s on the market, so take a look……
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