Work to remove debris from the Reed Mansion site on Glidden Street in Waldoboro began Monday, July 10. A fire destroyed the historic building April 2.
Property owner Dan Goldenson, of Bremen, spoke about his plans for the property.
“We’re looking for a developer who would like to put senior housing or build a couple of nice houses at the location,” Goldenson said. “We haven’t done any advertising yet. Once it’s cleaned up, then we can think about putting it on the market.”
Dan and Suzanne Goldenson purchased the property in 2015. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the Reed Mansion was built between 1808 and 1820.
The building, which was home to Col. Isaac Reed, was a large, Federal-style, timber-frame house, according to the register. Reed was an influential citizen in Waldoboro in the first half of the 19th century.