Charles Buxton House - 45 Washington

Buxton House, 2012
Buxton House, 2012
Buxton House, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Washington-45_Eastport(August)025 copy(72).jpg
Buxton House, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Washington-45_Eastport(August)025 copy(72).jpg
Built:1826
Address:
45 Washington Street
Eastport, Maine

EWT, 2010:
67) The Buxton House 45 Washington Street. E.S. Buxton and his brother Charles were noted for their stables and carriages. E.S. Buxton was known for his "Cleopatra" barge wagon that would take up to forty passengers to dances, special events or just for a pleasant outing around the town. The old carriage barn and many yard ornaments are now gone. Both E.S. and Charles were members of the "Eureka" Engine Company and fought many a fire with the old hand-hauled and hand-pumped water engine.

From trulia real estate website (2013): http://www.trulia.com/property/3006641725-45-Washington-St-Eastport-ME-04631#photo-1

Refers to house as Charles Buxton House built in 1826.

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