Spanish Colonial Revival cottage built in 1924. Once called the ''Pink Palace'' now painted white.Built for banking heiress E.K. Branch, designed by Richmond architect William Lawrence Bottomley. The dramatic two story entryway has a cork checkerboard floor, and opens to a formal dining room on one side, and a massive high-ceiling living room on the other. Past the living room is a library with an intricately painted ceiling. All three rooms have fireplaces. On the opposite wing of the house is the eat-in kitchen with a hearth and wood stove, the kitchen adjoins a sunny breakfast room, and pantry. On the second floor there are 6 bedrooms, including a master suite, and 4 bathrooms. Third floor with a tower room.. Included with the sale is 71 Battle Avenue, a one bedroom, two story cottage that is currently used as a rental property. There is a two-car garage and a 16KW generator. The main and guest houses have both been lived in year-round for the past 16 years. The three structures sit on a two acre lot, and have views of Penobscot Bay. The two dwellings can accommodate extended families, and have great rental potential. . Cottage leased until 10/31/21.