One of Bath’s most treasured and historical gems, The William Robinson House of 1897, designed by Robert Closson Spencer, Jr. A good friend of Frank Lloyd Wright, Spencer is best known for his association with the Prairie School architects working in Chicago between 1890 and 1917.

 

 

Distinguished by architectural elements such as steep gable roof, gabled entrance porch on the front elevation, octagonal tower and diamond-paned windows, this landmark home sits on a double lot offering a rare and sizable yard.

 

 

Third floor loft with views of the Sagadahoc Bridge and Mighty Kennebec River offers the perfect space for an office or separate, private master bedroom.

 

 

Preservation easement conveyed with property along with Spencer’s original blueprints. This is truly a one-of-a-kind home in the City of Ships – ‘Maine’s Cool Little City.’