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Sturbridge, Massachusetts

$289,000 / Early American Colonial
Ingrid Karp Coldwell Banker
This Colonial Home is one of the oldest Homes in Sturbridge. Built 1778 with historic charm and period detail, kitchen with rustic exposed wood ceiling beams. In a 1963 renovation 3 small rooms on the first floor was made into one large room. In the renovation process, a huge early fireplace and beehive double ovens were exposed it was covered with the modern look fireplace you see today. The 2nd floor was used at one time as an In-law apartment, with a second kitchen. The 3rd attic floors boat the original wide floorboards, some as wide as 16 inches, built-in drawer and shelves. There are 2 zones of baseboard heat. The cellar is in exceptional shape for its age - poured foundation within the original fieldstone. The electrical system was updated. The main roof was redone 2019. Title V passed.Between the home and the neighbor's side is a long drive that can accommodate additional vehicles. The front of the house faces Westville recreation area. Miles of hiking trails are just minutes away. There is picnicking, sports fields, boat launch, and endless wildlife observation a short walking distance to enjoy. This Home needs updates and repairs.Sold-As-Is.

Property Details

Style: Early American Colonial

House Form: 2-Story

Year: 1778

Setting: Rural

Beds: 3

Baths: 2

Condition: Fair

Land Area: 2

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