This 17-room house was built in 1844 and received a Colonial-revival style renovation by John Calvin Stevens in 1894 when it was purchased by Arthur Sewall as a wedding present for his son. The mansion is currently only one of more than a dozen similar properties on the market in Bath’s historic district. It has been vacant since it was foreclosed upon in 2013. The previous owner removed the rear barn, and replaced the windows, but a major roof leak has caused water damage. With the right investor this house has great potential as a multi-family property, Bed & Breakfast or single-family house.