Daryl Hall Lists Pristine Colonial Estate
The '80s singer is unloading his restored Maine digs for $1.9 million.
Singer Daryl Hall, best known as one half of the seminal '80s duo Hall & Oates, has a knack for restoring historic homes. After rehabbing antique estates in Connecticut and in Millerton, N.Y. – the site of his popular web series, Live From Daryl's House – the musician is hoping to sell the scenic John Bray House in Kittery Point, Maine, which he purchased and also completely renovated in 2007, for $1.9 million.
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The 3,933-square-foot property, built by shipbulder John Bray, dates back to 1662 and is considered the oldest surviving home in the state of Maine, having served as a tavern, general store, a school and private residence. The picturesque home mixes antique staples with modern upgrades and boasts four bedrooms, five bathrooms, high ceilings and sprawling views of the Atlantic Ocean.