This historic 19th century house was once a shop in the midst of Woods Hole village. With the advent of the railroad, Little Harbor Road became a small neighborhood, a short walk from the village, but off the beaten path. The house has 3,589 square feet of living area with an additional 1500 square feet of useable space on the lower level and is currently used as graduate student housing. There are views of Little Harbor and access to a town dingy dock. A large cupola provides an observation room with 360-degree views over Woods Hole village. Ideal for conversion back to a single family residence or as multiple units since the property has a special permit for up to four units from the zoning board of appeals.