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Available for sale, 226 Great Neck Road was originally occupied by the Griffith family and was operated as a farm. In the early 1900's, Robert F. Herrick, a prominent Boston attorney, purchased the property for a summer home. In 1928, an expansion of the once existing farmhouse took place enlarging the home to its current state today, with the exception of the southwest addition completed in 1991. In 1943, the property was sold to the Congregation of the Sacred Heart to be operated as a seminary for Missionaries, and has been operated in this capacity since for these purposes and as retreat center. In November 2010, Sacred Heart entered into a conservation restriction that now encumbers 93.06 acres of the site, remaining +/-15.275 acres of the original property not subject to the restriction along with approximately 2.304 acres known as the Shrine Building Envelope and approximately 2,727 square feet known as the Boat House Envelope.

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Listed by Samuel Berthiaume of Payson Smith Holbrook, Inc.

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