The home was commissioned in 1907 by Richard D. Sears of Boston, a member of a prominent Boston family who later earned a name for himself playing lawn tennis, even being the first American finalist at Wimbledon in the 1880s. The current stewardship was responsible for the thoughtful restoration of the classic period character which meet the demands of a modern vacation residence with ease and grace.
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