Rare opportunity to own a piece of history! The Warren F. Pope House, circa 1897, is a shingle-style home designed by John Calvin Stevens. Meticulously maintained, this spacious antique home has been preserved with original features: built-in cabinets, crown molding, oak wainscoting, fully-functioning fireplaces with terracotta mantles, solid oak-paneled doors, butler's pantry, hardwood floors, pocket doors, a stained glass window, and wooden cistern. On the 1st floor you will find a large welcoming foyer which flows into the adjacent living room and library. The formal dining room with its own china closet leads into the butler's pantry and kitchen. The back of the house has a giant pantry and spacious mudroom. The newly constructed sunroom with cathedral ceilings and tongue and groove cedar offers a space to relax and enjoy views of the backyard! The 2nd floor can be accessed by the front staircase or by an additional staircase off the kitchen. There you will find a spacious primary bedroom with a wood stove and a walk-in closet with its own toilet, 3 large bedrooms with walk-in closets, and the recently renovated bathroom with original marble sink, carrara marble tiles, and heated towel bar. The 3rd floor has 2 bedrooms with walk-in closets, 2 closets, and the cistern room. The washer and dryer are located in the dry basement which has 8 foot ceilings, a 3 bay utility sink, and the original dug well. The home's thermostats, smoke detectors, and carbon monoxide detectors can be controlled using a google nest system. A detached post and beam garage could be used as a 2 car garage, workshop, or boat storage area. This 1.88 acre lot is nicely landscaped with a garden, apple trees, pear trees, and grapes. Located two streets from the East Machias River, this property is minutes away from the spectacular views of the Bold Coast, Jasper Beach, numerous sandy river beaches, and freshwater lakes. The Downeast Sunrise Trail is just steps away. This property is a MUST SEE!