Perched on the waters edge along Gloucester’s coveted Eastern Point, Stoneacre will take you back to the nineteenth century. The estate is steeped in New England heritage and history with modern conveniences.
Stoneacre was commissioned in the early 1900s by artist Frederick Garrison Hall as a wedding gift for his wife, Evelyn Ames Hall. Construction took more than eight years, and was completed in 1920 by famed North Shore builder J.T. Wilson and Boston architects Bellows and Aldrich.
The 9 bedroom estate was constructed as a private summer residence for the Halls to entertain guests. There are several open gathering rooms, a working chef’s kitchen, and servants’ quarters. Finished lower level and sunporch not included in square-footage.
Throughout the house are original carvings done by F.G. Hall and collected from his travels abroad.
The property offers graceful arched loggias, a deep water dock and built-in stone Jacuzzi overlooking the the water. The estate sits at harbor’s edge, delivering breathtaking water views that stretch into the horizon.
Experience Stoneacre – a timeless masterpiece to pass down through generations.