Episode 104 | 26m 41s
The Beck-Barber-Belknap House has been home to judges, lawyers and lawmakers since it was built in 1875. The house was named after the French architect Francois Mansart. The colorful garden to the north and the expansive lawns to the south beautify the property. A quirky addition to the yard is the private bomb shelter, built in the early sixties during the cold war.
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