Flewelling House

Flewelling House/Lavender Hill - Clifton

History and Style:

This home was originally owned by the Wetmore family, who built many homes in the Clifton area. It is one of only a few examples of a mansard roof found on the Peninsula. The house has been completely remodeled by its present owners, but many of its original features have been preserved. There are three staircases to the second floor: one large staircase in the main hallway, and two smaller staircases at the rear of the house. The house is situated at the base of “The Mountain” and commands an excellent view of the Kennebecasis and Long Island.