Do you know Essex has its own llama? I know it is owned by the Pribbles. I saw it a few years ago on School Street grazing around the old Essex High School owned by Bill Sharp. Not knowing about it, I was rather startled to come around a corner, nearly bumping into a … [Read more...] about Llama and Turkeys in Essex?
The Charles G. Fancher House of Federal design was built circa 1824. The wooden house is located near the end of Elm Street as it approaches School Street. The original owner, Charles G. Fancher, for whom the house is named, was once the owner Wright's Inn and was also Essex's … [Read more...] about Charles G. Fancher House
The Noble Clemons House sits near the corner of Elm Street as it approaches School Street. The house is of Italianate design and was finished circa 1850. It is an early and elegant palazzo-style home. Built for the owner of the Essex Inn, the Noble Clemons House "is a stately … [Read more...] about Noble Clemons House