FIRST OFFERING in nearly 50 Years! Waterfront estate on Sippican Harbor is one of the finest examples of Shingle-Style architecture on Massachusetts' South Coast. Set on an expansive 2.5-acre parcel with wooded privacy, sprawling lawns and 30' deep water dock, this harbor-front landmark offers panoramic water views spanning Buzzards Bay and Ram Island to the south, Tabor Academy seascape to the north, and sail-studded harbor, village skyline, superb sunsets, and venerable Beverly Yacht Club to the west. Designed by renowned architect Charles Allerton Coolidge (protÃ©gÃ© of H.H. Richardson), this proud residence is original in an enclave of six historic Shingle-Style seaside homesâ€”known as the West Drive Group and catalogued by the Smithsonian Institutionâ€”built for affluent New Englanders at the turn of the 20th C. as the town transitioned from a seafaring-based economy to summer destinations for wealthy residents and tourists.