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Originally the Breese estate, this 16+/- acre property was known as "The Orchard". Owning the most impressive provenance, the Main House was designed by Stanford White and the grounds designed by Frederick Law Olmstead. The property is cited in many different volumes on important American architecture and gardens. In 1980, after a period of years when the property remained vacant, developers purchased it and renamed it Whitefield to honor Stanford White. The main house was divided into 5 apartments and 24 additional houses around the property perimeter were built. The large and glorious Music Room in the main house, was refurbished and is used by the residents for parties and other functions. The grounds were restored and a pool and tennis courts were added. In 2015 This exciting new offering was totally and completely renovated, down to new wiring, plumbing, HVAC and steel supports. Nothing remains of the original interior structure. The floor plan includes a Large open foyer with a powder room , a spacious Living room and Dining area with a wet bar and south facing windows and doors accessing a private outdoor patio with covered seating , gardens and a water fountain. There is a den with a wood burning fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen and a magnificent floating staircase to the second floor. There are 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths including a deluxe master suite with large windows overlooking the grounds. There is a one car garage. The complex is an ideal location on Hill St, very close to the village center and beach and the house is a very smart and polished residence ready for immediate occupancy.