1938 Classical Revival – Somerset, MA – $399,000

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Added to OHD on 4/16/18   -   Last OHD Update: 7/19/18   -   25 Comments
60 Foley Ave, Somerset, MA 02726

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Somerset- Priced Reduced on this 13 room 4 bedroom 1 full & 2 half bath colonial. The grand foyer leads you in to expansive front to back fire placed living room with hardwoods and an east facing sun room. As you enter the formal dining room through the French doors you will see two built in custom cabinets with a swinging door to the kitchen and nicely cared for wood floors. The kitchen is in the rear of the home and offers a pass thru to the breakfast room and easy access to the rear porch. A private first floor office offers gorgeous wood work, hardwoods and a closet. The second floor offers a front to back master bedroom with hardwood floors double closets and views of the Taunton River. Three additional bedrooms a full bath, and a half bath complete your second floor. Situated on 1.18+- acres of land with 320' of frontage on Foley Avenue. The basement is partially finished with plenty of room for storage. A 2 car garage with ample parking is on the west side of the lot.
Contact Details
Christopher Migneault, Migneault Realtors
(508) 678-8808
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25 Comments on 1938 Classical Revival – Somerset, MA – $399,000

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  1. Lorriejo says: 38 comments

    Holy pink bathroons batman!

    • ReneeV says: 22 comments

      Love the bathroom tile and fixtures. What treasures they are. The floor in the kitchen also was amazing! It is so much fun to see how people design their most used rooms.

  2. StevenF says: 509 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    Wow…looks untouched from the day it was built. It makes me sad to realize how much more rare these pristine, original condition homes are going to be. Once they come up for sale, the new owners will update and wipe out what makes these homes special.

  3. Rebecca says: 2 comments

    I love that the kitchen and bathrooms haven’t been updated.

  4. Alice says: 52 comments

    As others have said, breaks my heart that likely all this fabulous period detail will be gutted and turned into more pale grey rooms with white woodwork. I wish there was a closeup of the scenic wallpaper in the dining room. I adore that kitchen.

  5. ddbacker says: 311 comments
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    1971 Uninspired split-level
    Prairie Village, KS

    Wow that is a lot of pink. The linoleum and pine paneling in the basement are outstanding.

  6. RossRoss says: 2277 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    Oh yes!

    Oh my!

    Oh wow!

    WHAT a treasure! Please please please let the new owner be conservation-minded and protect the very qualities which make the house so fabulous.


    Pretty please.

  7. Jennifer HT says: 798 comments
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    Anthem, AZ

    Oh my! I am so in love with that kitchen! The baths are amazing too!!!

  8. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1580 comments
    1920 Colonial Revival
    Upstate/Central , NY

    What a great house! Lovely wood floors, great bathroom fixtures and wall tile in the baths & the kitchen.

  9. myke ellis says: 10 comments

    I LOVING that kitchen !!!!!….wouldnt change a thing 🙂

  10. Zann says: 521 comments

    Abandoned piano. Take a shot/mark your bongo card.

    If one were to buy this house and something happened to one of the toilets or sinks, would a replacement in the same color be available? I’ve wondered that several times where looking at homes, but I’ve never asked. Or even the toilet seat, should it need replacing. It would be a shame to have to change those bathrooms after they’ve survived for so long.

    I would also have to get one of the retro colored Kitchen Aid mixers for that kitchen.

  11. Lisa says: 33 comments

    Hey Zane
    I think you can get salvaged color sinks and bowls on eBay. I had to replace an avalcado sink and I was able to locate one without too much trouble. Recycling.

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 8904 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

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  12. TGrantTGrant says: 390 comments
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    New Orleans, LA

    Shades of Mamie Pink, but oh how wonderful that everything is as beautifully built! Please let it stay intact!

  13. Bethany otto says: 2264 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    I got a lot of Pinterest pins to my “vintage bathroom” and “vintage kitchen” boards from this post!

  14. Hoyt Clagwell says: 221 comments

    That kitchen floor–that patchwork of random colors of linoleum tile–is brilliant.

  15. CjurcisinCjurcisin says: 22 comments
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    1910 Colonial Revival

    Hard to believe it was not ‘de-charmed’ with modernizations over the years. The kitchen looks like it was never used!

  16. Nancy says: 14 comments

    Goregous! Love the detail above the kitchen sink….

  17. Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 724 comments

    At first I was going to say what an elegant, welcoming dining room. Then I got to the kitchen and swooned. Dashing off a prayer that the new owner will retain that happy tile floor, I rushed to the breakfast nook, fainted outright and revived long enough to “fall out” again over the bathrooms. Oh, this glorious house is a tonic!

  18. jimtownjimtown says: 85 comments

    Love the kitchen floor! Patchwork tiles have come back in style too.

  19. JoanneAA says: 7 comments

    What a house! The kitchen and bathrooms are to die for, and the dining room is pretty fabulous too. And it includes my absolute favorite, a knotty pine basement playroom.. wow

  20. Gwenn says: 93 comments

    I just noticed the little pass-through from the kitchen to the pink dining room. This house is perfection! My husband and I were just discussing selling our house when our youngest graduates from high school….i wonder if the owners could wait 9 years to sell this one? I would love to retire to the east coast…and live in this house…. Sigh.

  21. Allyson says: 52 comments

    Original kitchen, bathrooms, knotty pine basement and even mural wallpaper. What an absolute drift this home is…

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