Offered for the first time since 1964, “Full Cry” was originally built as the carriage house for “Roslyn”, which was designed by William Ralph Emerson. Sited on 1.43 acres and a legal two-family, this expansive home is awaiting her next steward. In its current layout, the main residence consists of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a large, 1,794 SF garage that can house around 7 cars. The apartment has it’s own private entrance, 1-2 bedrooms, a large kitchen and a nice size living room. Situated on a mostly wooded parcel with rock outcroppings, it’s the perfect place to relax and listen to the birds. Steeped in history, this home still has remnants of the original horse stalls, beautiful wooden walls where the tack room once was, and many original doors. While set on it’s own little oasis, it’s only 0.5 miles to the harbor, area yacht clubs, and a short bike ride to town. Truly an historic gem.