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Daniel Marrett House

Address:

40 Ossipee Trail East Route 25 Standish, ME US 04084

Hours:

First and third Saturdays, June 1 – October 1511:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Tours on the hour. Last tour at 4:00 p.m.

Website:

www.spnea.org/

Phone:

(207) 882-7169

In 1796, young Daniel Marrett, a recent Harvard graduate, moved to Standish, Maine, to become the town minister. He purchased a Federal-style house built in 1789 for his predecessor. The imposing house reflected his status as the community's leading citizen.

In 1944, the Marrett family's long-time home became a house museum. It is owned and operated by Historic New England.