Beautifully located above the headwaters of the Miller's River, this one-of-a-kind mansion was built by Wilder Clark in 1883. Mapleview's period details include a stunning foyer, high ceilings, four tiled fireplaces and a huge open concept Living Room. Beautiful hardwood floors, original woodwork and the grand scale of the rooms exemplify the master craftsmanship of the era. The present owners have upgraded the heating system, kitchen, baths and fitted the home with custom, energy-efficient windows throughout. The top floor features a media room, bedrooms with bath and could easily be transformed into a separate living area. The grounds include mature specimen plantings, brick patio, outdoor fireplace and masonary staircases. Grand porches flank the home with both water and garden views. The historic three-story carriage barn includes a garage and heated workshop. The home's distinctive tower and onion dome have made this an architectural landmark.