Cabot Street Cinema Theatre and
Rice Mountain Featured on Chronicle TODAY Friday October 18th!

We are pleased to see LandVest’s listings
Rice Mountain Estate and the Cabot Street Cinema Theatre
featured on WCVB-Ch 5’s Chronicle,
October 18 at 7:30pm on WCVB Channel 5.

Both of these properties are truly remarkable and each has a unqiue story to tell.

David Bull, one of the current Cabot Street Cinema Theatre owners and headlining magician of the record-breaking magic show Le Grand David and his Own Spectacular Magic Company will be interviewed and will give a tour of his beloved theatre. The theatre has a rich history, from being heralded in the 1920’s as “the most impressive auditorium of its size east of New York” to being a must-visit venue for families and anyone interested in magic, to becoming a downtown icon in the North Shore waterfront community of Beverly. The magnificent 18,588± square foot, 800-seat theatre awaits its next steward…

Chronicle will also take us on a tour of the Rice Mountain Estate in Walpole, NH. Construction for the Rice Mountain Estate began in 1978, continued for over 35 years and includes a 10,275-square-foot main residence comprised of the Dudley Friedman House, the Norman Tower, Peak House, Tudor Tower, and the Howland Barn as well as an 1800-square-foot log cabin, barn and storage building on 95± acres. Despite the relatively new construction, the estate is filled with harmoniously-pieced-together, historic architectural remnants. From entire structures being deconstructed and reconstructed on site, to a mid-fifteenth-century fireplace panel thought to be from Tattershall Castle in England, an early-sixteenth-century corbel which may have been used on a Portuguese galleon, to doors, windows and paneling from prominent estates throughout the US and Europe. This imaginative architectural masterpiece is not to be missed.