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The Ruggles House Museum

The Ruggles House Museum
146 Main Street
207-483-4637

The Ruggles House, designed by housewright Aaron S. Sherman of Marshfield, Massachusetts, was built 1818-1820 for Judge Thomas Ruggles, a wealthy lumber dealer, postmaster, captain of the local militia and Justice of the Court of Sessions for Washington County. This particularly lovely example of Adamesque style Federal period architecture is remarkable for its location as well as its survival.



The Ruggles House Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media

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