*The Brown House* Just a short drive away from Gulf Hagas, Katahdin Iron Works, Schoodic Lake and Maine’s most scenic wonders. This 2.5 story wood frame house was built in 1815 by Francis Brown (for whom the town is named) and immaculately remodeled to National Historic Registry guidelines in 2000. Meticulous attention to detail throughout with operating fireplaces, wood peg construction & locally sourced slate countertops. Additional 2 story workshop leading to attached 3 story barn in excellent condition with new foundation in 2002. Superb slate shingle roofing on all structures. Perfect B&B startup, outdoor enthusiasts or those simply seeking the rural Maine lifestyle without the hassle of constant structural repairs. *Another unique feature is found in the wall above the great fireplace between the kitchen and dining room. A cabinet once slid out of the wall to reveal a secret hiding place that purportedly gave refuge to runaway slaves in the days of the Underground Railroad.