home of the week Stucco home in Rockport has touches of old mountain inn ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe Known as Pineledge, this stately stucco home was built in 1907 and seems like it is frozen in time. It has been in the same family for more than 100 years, and the owners purchased the abutting land to protect their natural surroundings. Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe The ivy-covered home has a wraparound covered porch with elegant stone pillars and arches. Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe The house was designed by Winchester architect Robert Coit, known for mixing styles. It has details of a Craftsman home but also is reminiscent of old Adirondack mountain inns, said listing agent Anna Kasabian of J. Barrett & Co. in Manchester. Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe The dining room features intricate window designs and a brick fireplace. The Boston Globe The kitchen needs updating, with older appliances and cabinetry. Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe Upstairs, a master suite features a bedroom, a sitting room, and its own private deck. Also on the second floor are three bathrooms and five additional bedrooms.