A Historic House Worthy of Reflection
The historical, beautiful, formal exterior features hip roof, four chimneys, clapboards, and symmetrical fenestration.
Hamilton House, in South Berwick, Maine, is one of the great houses of New England. Built in 1785 on the banks of the Salmon River, it is Georgian in style and elegant throughout. The exterior has a beautiful formality with hip roof, four chimneys, clapboards, and symmetrical fenestration. The interior is equally noteworthy with rich detailing, paneling and remarkable wallpapers. It is another grand historic home in the architectural lineage of the United States, and a building worthy of reflection.