1919-1920Three Waters was built with a French-inspired design.Arts and Culture, Location and Setting, Buildings & Architecture

Three Waters on the harbor side of Eastern Point, c. 1923. Herman W. Spooner, Cape Ann Museum Library & Archives, Photo 01997
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Three Waters was the summer home of Edith Notman of Brooklyn, New York, and was built by Walter Chambers. It was named because it its inhabitants were provided a view of Gloucester Harbor, Niles Pond, and Brace Cove.

Massachusetts Cultural Resource Information System. Historic Building Detail: GLO.441, Three Waters. https://mhc-macris.net/details?mhcid=GLO.441
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