The George Seaverns House is a historic house at 8 High Street in Mechanic Falls, Maine. It is a 1-1/2 story wood frame structure, built in 1853 by George W. Seaverns, who was in some way involved in the locally important paper industry. A second owner, later in the 19th century, was Charles E. Stevens, president of the Mechanic Falls Manufacturing Company. The house occupies a sloping site which would have overlooked Elm Street, a major thoroughfare, when it was built. The house is stylistically Gothic Revival in character, with decorative vergeboard, window hoods, and ogee brackets. The house's interior has an unusual asymmetrical plan, diverging from the conventional central hall plans that typified area houses of the period. Its main (western) elevation features a series of porches supported by chamfered posts with decorative brackets.