The Peck House, originally built in 1809 by Samuel Peck, the first Cabinet Maker in Belfast, Maine. He moved from Massachusetts in 1804. He was the last person in Belfast who saw George Washington. In 1789, when he was a school-boy, Washington passed through Ipswich; and all the scholars, each with a quill in his hands, marched in order before him. The buildings top two levels were added in the 19th century, and it still maintains many of its original architectural details.