1908 Inn – Sterling, MA

Details below are from August 2012, sold status has not been verified.
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Added to OHD on 8/22/12   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   10 Comments
Off Market / Archived

240 Worcester Rd, Sterling, MA 01564

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  • $400,000
  • 9 Bed
  • 8 Bath
  • 11935 Sq Ft
  • 6.55 Ac.
The historic Sterling Inn is located in a bucolic community near the foot of Mt. Wachusett. This grand lady is almost 12,000 sq ft. First floor has large dining room, four other function rooms, fully equipped kitchen, fireplaced lounge & bar and delightful outdoor dining patio. Seating capacity is over 200 with a photography garden for weddings & events. The Inn has an owner?s apartment & 9 lodging rooms, many with private baths. Guests can watch the world go by on the welcoming front porch.
Contact Information
Judy Reynolds, Evergreen Realty,

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10 Comments on 1908 Inn – Sterling, MA

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  1. John c says: 434 comments

    This looks like a real treasure. The link to the Evergreen Realty information is an additional plus. However, I note that on that site, the price is said to be $450,000.

  2. Kevin ONeill says: 157 comments

    “Yes I’ll have the steak,french fries, and a budweiser,” “Fine sir, that will be $1.20.”

  3. echo says: 111 comments

    I love seeing the historical photo’s of this Inn. What a gem this is for someone.

  4. Jim says: 5530 comments

    The Stickley furniture in the Reception Room would bring thousands today. The MLS price on this is now $400K. A few interior photos here: http://www.weichert.com/38353648/?cityid=49269&view=gallery&ldview=ldphotos

  5. Kim Gaynor says: 2 comments

    It’s wonderful that they have so much historical remnants from back in the day.

  6. Becca Griffin says: 1 comments

    I love this building. I’m only 16, but I drive past it every day on my way home from school. It’s beautiful, and it needs some work, but it has amazing potential.

  7. Margaret Wonorski says: 1 comments

    What happened to the Inn? My mother and Stepfather owned it for years before the Roy’s. Ruth and George Vangel. I would have loved to purchase it and get it back in the family. I spent many days upstairs watching TV in one of the bedrooms while my Mom worked!


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