Welcome to Captain Pollard's Colonial New England Plantation; An American Treasure!

Now available for purchase; a 16.4 acre heritage farm, 3,952 square foot museum house, double English banked barn and 3rd largest Sycamore in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. See our new drone video for an extremely good aerial view of this charming estate.  Click the button in the lower left of this "home page". Also see our "Resources page for details on house and property.


"The Pollard-Marshall House is a well-preserved residence that was originally a farm. It dates to the prosperous years of the late 18th century, constructed outside the western village of Still River in the Nashua River valley. That it remained profitable as a farm during the 19th century years is evident in its mid-19th century remodelling.

The house is rare in both its form, a large double-house, and its ornament, combining both Georgian and Greek Revival. The Pollard-Marshall House meets National Register of Historic Places Criteria at the local level; Criteria A (associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of our history) and Criteria C (embody the distinctive characteristics of a type, period, or method of construction, or represent the work of a master, or possess high artistic values, or represent a significant and distinguishable entity whose components may lack individual distinction). It retains integrity of location, design, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association."

Claire W. Dempsey,
Architectural Historian
Boston University