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I would love to know more about the photography
Details that produced this art work.
It’s For SALE!✨✨ 43 Compo Mill Cove~
Save the iconic house on the mill pond!!?
First house over the bridge ✨ raise and renovate
1700sf 1940s orig Compo Beach cottage with 100acre views~ Would anyone be interested in a beautiful Summer project?
Listed by Robin Singer and Betsy Kahn, Coldwell Banker
Betsy, I would hate to see it be a tear down like our old cottage next door, aka Sandbar. Fond memories of our neighbor John Coleburn who was my hero. I learned a lot from him. Good luck preserving this classic cottage.
I bet bringing groceries home is really fun.