The woodwork that frames the service window is beautifully carved, and the mailboxes that line the wall are made of ornately crafted metal. But Sadsburyville has outgrown the old-fashioned post office that it rents in a house, and the village will be getting a modern building.
"We're kind of an antique-type post office," said Sadsburyville Postmaster Anne Garrett. "The boxes and window are gorgeous."
But most of the post office's 398 mailboxes are occupied, and there is no room to expand. The post office provides mailboxes for 310 households in Sadsburyville.