If you want to make a purchase while in Boston, there is select merchandise at the Market Stalls on the second floor of the Boston Design Center. Our booth at the Design Center has models, blueprints, paintings, lighting and other home decor and antiques for sale.
Remember the old Lannan Gallery at 540 Atlantic Ave? It was a salty establishment with creeky wood floors and lots of character? Our new gallery is a lot like that, but better!
This 18th century colonial home has a rich and robust history and is one of the most important dwellings in Norwell. Founded in 1849, the town of Norwell was once a part of the oceanside community of Scituate. Dr. Joseph Jacobs (1707-1780), great-grandson of Nicholas Jacobs, an original New England settler, was a large landowner in the towns of Hanover and Scituate and the proprietor of Jacobs Mills, a saw and grist mill in village of Assinippi.
Jacobs built the home, now at 483 Washington St. in the mid 1700s.