1725 – Grafton, MA

Added to OHD on 5/14/19   -   Last OHD Update: 8/7/19   -   5 Comments
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70 North St, Grafton, MA 01519

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  • $499,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 3700 Sq Ft
  • 2.02 Ac.
Located off Center of Grafton on Beautiful North Street this lovely Antique has many possibilities. The Circular drive welcomes the house, brick arch breezeway connecting the Garage and a 1 BR apartment above with its own utilities,its own deck, great for Guests . The land is the focal point with gardens, flowering trees, fences,and even a chicken coop. There is the potential of a lot subdivision.,without disrupting the main house and driveway. Buyer to research.Potential Lot set up for a tie-in to Water & Sewer. the Main house has 3 fireplaces, a dining area with a butler pantry, a front to back Living room with fireplace, lots of beautiful original wood moldings, and a Library or sitting room. Upstairs there is a large Master with fireplace, 2 other Br's and a full bath. The house is true to its time period. This total package of privacy, space, charm and close to Center and hiway access provides so many benefits. Bring your Imagination for inspiration of living days a tranquility.
Contact Information
Cynthia Spellane, RE/MAX Vision
(508) 595-9900
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5 Comments on 1725 – Grafton, MA

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  1. There should be more photos of this very beautiful antique home. Grafton is an impressive New England town. That sweet little chicken coop is very special. Beautiful place, simply beautiful.

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  2. StacyStacy says: 412 comments
    1900 Maybe Craftsmen
    TX

    1725.. It’s beyond but still in my imagination, the life that this home has seen! Such a beautiful home for such a simpler time!

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    • Well said. Very well said. I keep returning to the site to look at this house and if there was a way, I would hug it. It is just perfect in a very warm and charming way, jewel-like.

      I could move right in just as it is. Better balance my checkbook. Hiccup.

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  3. PuristaPurista says: 61 comments

    Third quarter, eighteenth century?

  4. Old house stalkerI was born and raised in the south NJOld house stalkerI was born and raised in the south NJ says: 11 comments
    1973 bungalow
    Chincoteague Island, VA

    Nothing on American soil can compare to the homes of New England,especially the Bay Colony areas. My family used to go up to Essex County when I was a pre-teen/teenager. I’ve had the good fortune to have been in some of the circa 17th C houses.The photos on these websites cannot convey the atmosphere and the smells that these homes carry into our modern life. I recommend anyone to visit this astonishing area.

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