"...notice how the art-filled interior seamlessly combines classic architecture with livable luxury."
No need to fret over a library card or overdue fees when you reside in this home, which is Rockport’s former public library.
If going to a great library feels like coming home, this dwelling should be the perfect fit for you. Beyond the thousands of stories the building used to house, the edifice itself has a history of its own: Famed steel magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie commissioned the construction in 1904 to serve as Rockport’s Public Library. While the library has since moved across town, Carnegie’s contribution still stands, now as a stately private residence.