Robert Frost Farm

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This white clapboard house was the residence of famed American poet Robert Frost. He lived on this farm in his youthful 20s from 1900 to 1911 and most of the poems from his first two collections were written here. After Frost left, the farm endured several years as a junkyard until the state bought and restored the property.

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