Highfield Hall

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Highfield Hall, built in 1878 for the Beebe Family, was in disrepair when Historic Highfield ttook over to renovate it. The stately mansion is said to have a ghost who peers out the center upstairs window. Locals believe it is Mary Louisa Beebe, who succumbed to cancer in this room at age 45.

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56 Highfield Dr
Falmouth, MA 02540
United States

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41.5578867, -70.6296595
Barnstable County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Falmouth, MA (0.9 mi.)
Teaticket, MA (1.8 mi.)
Woods Hole, MA (3.1 mi.)
West Falmouth, MA (3.2 mi.)
East Falmouth, MA (3.9 mi.)
North Falmouth, MA (6.1 mi.)
Seconsett Island, MA (6.1 mi.)
Monomoscoy Island, MA (6.5 mi.)
Seabrook, MA (6.9 mi.)
Vineyard Haven, MA (7.3 mi.)

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