3 Bayberry Avenue

Howard “David” Davis, the developer of the Schoolhouse Center for the Arts, had this house built in 1992/3. Designed by Thomas P. Catalano of Catalano Architects in Boston, the house is distinguished by a tapering turret, a gently bowed roof — and its sheer size. Within the turret is a maid’s room, library and home office; on top is a circular deck with commanding views. Thomas Bombardier bought the house from Davis. Michael F. Fernon purchased it in turn.

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