The heart of Bath's Historic District is the setting of this Victorian Home which was designed by architect Frances Fassett in 1874 for Galen Clapp Moses and redesigned in 1901 by John Calvin Stevens who was Fassett's apprentice. When one enters the black and white marble floor vestibule you are greeted by the ornate hall stand- boot bench and grand stairway on your left which was part of the homes redesign. The second landing features three stained glass windows including bowls of fruit overlooking the new landscaping, patio, and recent garden shed which was designed to compliment the homes Victorian facade. The front reception room features it's original frieze details where plaster designs were done by hand with a pallet knife. Throughout this residence are oak buffets, oak paneling, elaborate fireplaces and mantles, large oak pocket doors, beveled glass cabinets, and numerous stained glass windows including a Tiffany in the formal dining room. More recent amenities include a Kennebec and Company kitchen which was designed to enhance the large oak and marble pantry, 5 bedrooms with private baths, and a new theatre room on the 3rd floor with restored chairs from the Bath Opera House. What was once the Carriage House is now a modern 2 room office suite with kitchenette and a full bath. All within a few blocks of the the Patten Free Library - Library Park, Downtown, and the Waterfront Park which hosts the Farmers Market. 10 Mins to Brunswick and 35 Mins to Portland. Come experience this amazing property and all that ''Maine's Cool Little City'' has to offer.