1873 – Ware, MA – $114,500

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Added to OHD on 2/8/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/8/19   -   9 Comments
62 Church St, Ware, MA 01082

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Welcome to your very own Victorian era colonial home! The features in this home have to be seen to be believed from two gorgeous fireplaces to the intricate woodwork encompassing the entire property. Tall ceilings, huge windows, and 3000+ sqft add to the magnificent charm of this 19th century work of art. A large level lot and unmatched curb appeal are just added bonuses in addition to the update vinyl siding and newer windows. This castle like home is sure to garner some attention so schedule a showing asap.
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Maximillian Mikunda, Agnelli Real Estate
(860) 282-0678 / (860) 608-8857
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9 Comments on 1873 – Ware, MA – $114,500

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9652 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Needs so much back dating but I’d save it over that one room, you could call it a library. 🙂 I wonder if there are any stick work patterns under the siding?

    • Joe says: 577 comments

      I would call it a den if I lived there. It is interesting that you can get glimpses of the stair in that pic and it looks like it should be a featured photo. The wood appears to be flame birch, which raises the house a lot in my estimation. The buyer may find lots of rare woods under the paint on original trim throughout the house.

  2. CZenos says: 57 comments

    The house has radiators, yet there is an original floor vent in front of the fireplace. An early attempt at combustion air for the fireplace?

    Never seen that before.

    • Steve H says: 165 comments

      Old houses frequently have had different heating systems installed over the years.

    • David Sweet says: 117 comments

      They used to use an empty flue in the chimney to use the heat from the brick when the fireplaces were going to transfer the heat to other parts of the house. I have a few of these in my current project house.

  3. JimHJimH says: 3899 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Built for Charles C. Hitchcock (1846-1937), a dry goods merchant with interests in real estate and banking. He and his wife Maria Eldora Breckinridge raised their 3 children here. Hitchcock was an outspoken supporter of workers rights, and an unsuccessful candidate for Mass. Secretary of State on the Socialist ticket.

    That’s a low price for a livable house of this size and original quality – I hope it finds a suitable love match.

  4. Barbara VBarbara V says: 256 comments
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    1800 cottage
    Upstate, NY

    Speaking of multiple personalities – ! It would be a challenge, but worth the effort, to bring some cohesive originality back to this house…

  5. RossRoss says: 2354 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    Intact tower roof cresting!!!!!!!!

  6. Celia says: 14 comments

    Victorian era colonial???


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