Sold in July 2017.
Built in 1825 the Historic Nathaniel Boardman Home in Danvers, Massachusetts has so much to offer. Significant features remain while at the same time being updated for today’s more common desires. Located in the Putnamville area of Danvers and set on 1.5 beautiful acres with access to the Danvers Rail Trail at the very back of the property. Impressive and welcoming with a large grassy yard and circular drive.
The main house includes family and living rooms with fireplaces and a large updated kitchen with breakfast nook, granite counters, skylights & mud room entrance. Plenty of room choices for office, den, and playrooms. The dining room has a walk-in pantry and there are front and back stairways. The driveway side entrance is onto a covered porch. Off of the kitchen is a fabulous large screened porch with space for a table and multiple seating areas .
One the second floor of the front part of the house are three bedrooms and a large walk-in closet with windows on the second floor. The walk-up third floor has potential as well with a full bath and storage.
In the back of house is a two story in-law suite with both a separate entrance and open to the main house. There are one full and one half bath, two bedrooms, living room, and pullman kitchen.This space has many potential options including extended family, work and office space. There is an option for a first floor bedroom as well, with one of the three full baths on first floor. There are beautiful wide pine floors throughout much of house.
Additional welcome details include the laundry on the first floor and central air conditioning. The home & two car garage with workshop was just resided. Convenient to Danvers Square and Route 1.
See a video tour of this home here.