The Levi Starbuck House in downtown Nantucket, a twelve-room home dating to 1838, is listed for sale for $4.995 million.

The 4,744-square-foot, three-story home is located at 14 Orange St. and includes five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.

Designed in the Greek Revival style by William M. Andrews, the property was originally home to whale oil merchant Levi Starbuck. It was renovated in 2003.

Angel Conrad Frazier and Jason S. Weissman of Nantucket Realty Advisors, a luxury residential arm of Boston Realty Advisors, are the property’s listing brokers.

“With an appreciation for the limited supply of homes on the island, it’s rare to encounter an original home in immaculate condition,” Frazier said in a statement.

Features include a grand front-entry porch, a foyer with original wood detail and a double parlor with two fireplaces.

“With views of Nantucket Harbor and unparalleled craftsmanship throughout, this is truly one of the most desirable offerings in all of historic downtown Nantucket,” the listing states.


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