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Springfield, Massachusetts

$888,000 / Greek Revival
Thom Schoepfer William Raveis R.E.
"Linden Hall" a.k.a. "The Alexander House". Asher Benjamins C. 1812 masterwork and Springfield's most architecturally, historically & socially important home. Groin-vaulted plaster arches, Cantilevered elliptical Cherry staircase. Walnut dining room with wainscot & tongue-in-groove ceilings Plaster medallions & crown moldings, double doors & stone fireplaces. 40 ft. Veranda & a 20 ft. rear porch. Mature gardens surround. 9000+ gross ft., of which 6000+/- is "flex space" of work/live/residence, artisan studio & /or pro-office space. Income potential of $50-$90k+. 14 rms / 6+ bdrms. or offices. Moved in 1873, again in 2003. Since then improvements of: Brownstone clad foundation/ basement. Upgraded systems: 400 amp Elec, Gas, Sewer & Water lines. 3 furnaces, roofing, bluestone walks, fencing, landscaping, front decking & rails. 21 car private lot. Top "Armory-Quadrangle, Mattoon st" locale. Abuts $200+ million in new construction. Dr. Seuss Sculpture Garden. 7 Museums in 7 blocks. Abuts Courthouse & Cathedral. Close to the Civic Center, Union Station, M.G.M., Symphony Hall, Armory & Riverfront parks & more. True value @ $148 ft. Broker-Owner Preservationist.

Property Details

Style: Greek Revival

House Form: 3-Story

Year: 1812

Setting: Urban

Beds: 6

Baths: 4

Condition: Very Good

Land Area: .41

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