The Hiram Walker House

Seeing things from the water side.

‘Rockledge’ Breathtaking oceanfront residence has panoramic views of the Atlantic, Boston skyline and beyond. Located in Magnolia, this Mediterranean style Villa was originally built for liquor magnate Hiram Walker has been renovated to the highest of standards with state of the art systems and modern conveniences while maintaining its magnificent grand stature. Featuring 10 bedrooms, 11 fireplaces, 11 baths and 3 half baths, this magnificent residence also offers a new 8-car heated garage with office space above

About Donna Ardizzoni

Business Manager, Grandmother, love living in Gloucester, love to swim, walk and of course take pictures. Our company does computer networking, Office Management, Medical Billing, transcription, networking software updates and virus protection
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5 Responses to The Hiram Walker House

  1. E.J. says:

    Gorgeous shot and great history. Thanks so much. Missed you and Rick this morning at mug up. You must be loving your kayaks so much. I really would love a paddleboard to paddle the Cape Ann coastline on.

  2. gregbover says:

    This house has a pipe organ with a player mechanism (paper rolls like a player piano) in the front hall. I got invited in to take a look when the current owners first moved in. The place was built around 1900 and then burned down shortly thereafter. It was rebuilt using almost no wood, even the door moldings are plaster.

  3. Great vantage point; thanks for sharing. (Gregbover: I’m jealous that you got a tour!)

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