Constructed for the widow of Sir William Pepperell at Kittery Point in Kittery, Maine in 1760, is the beautiful Lady Pepperrell House. Bordering the Kitty Point Cemetery and right in front of the Congregational Church it is a great and imposing site in the area. It is two stories high and still showcases most of the original parts from its date of construction.
It is privately owned however open to the public several times each year. The owners and caretakers were able to maintain its pristine condition which is like museum like quality. Complete with large rooms, classic moldings, six large fireplaces, and enormous staircases. The house was designated as a National Historic Landmark in October 9, 1960 and added to the list of National Historic Landmark in 1966.