‘Charlotte’s Web’ home can be yours for $3.7M

It took "some house" to create the story of "some pig" most of us fell in love with while reading and watching E.B. White's classic children's story, "Charlotte's Web." The 44-acre Brooklin, Maine saltwater farm that White and his wife, Katharine, lived in while he penned the story of Fern, Wilbur, and Charlotte is now on the market for $3.7 million. The home, which dates back to the 1700s, has 12 rooms, six fireplaces, three and a half bathrooms and picturesque scenery that includes a barn, boathouse and sweeping views of the Blue Hill Peninsula and Acadia National Park ...