A rare opportunity for a distinctive waterfront home on coveted Powder Point. Designed by highly distinguished Boston architects, Chapman and Frazer, this home was built circa 1918 in the Wrightian Prairie style and features breathtaking panoramic views of Duxbury Bay. Perched on 3 acres overlooking 400 feet of frontage on the bay, this grand home has 8 spacious bedrooms, a writing room, multiple sitting rooms, and a three season room. The first floor has an au-pair suite containing a den and full bathroom as well as outdoor access. The original barn contains two horse stalls and there is a garage with rear workshop and separate living quarters. The Swiss style boat house is perfect for summer nights on the bay and is outfitted with an exceptionally long 150' dock, hot water, electricity, and a screened in porch. The original gardens and grounds were designed by famed landscape architect, Arthur Shurtleff, and feature a well-maintained Har-Tru over clay tennis court.