Set high off the road with a commanding presence overlooking the Upper Newbury Green, a pre-revolutionary common, in “Old Town” Newbury, Massachusetts. This Italianate Victorian era home was built circa 1850 and is located in the historic district. This area is registered with The National Register of Historic Places.
Newburyport was once part of the town of Newbury and the town continues to enjoy close proximity to the south end and downtown with it’s restaurants, businesses, commuter rail, and extensive cultural and recreational activities. The town is currently divided into three areas, Old Town, Byfield and Plum Island.
Renovated and cared for with fabulous trim & detail work. The ceilings are high, there are extraordinary solid wood doors, large windows and hard wood floors. Tastefully and carefully brought up to today’s frequently requested features, including a spacious eat-in kitchen that opens to a large family room with a wood burning stove. Both of these rooms have glass doors that lead out to the brick patio. This family room has plenty of space for a seating area and another table that sits in a multi-window alcove.The laundry and a half bath is conveniently located on the first floor near the tiled mud room that enters from the driveway.
The Master bedroom suite opens to a dressing room with windows, multiple closets and a private bathroom. There are three additional bedrooms and an a second full bath on the second floor.
There is welcome central air conditioning throughout.
Set on three acres with a beautiful sloping hill in front and level back yard. There is a detached two story barn with five stalls and three garage bays plus an separate shed. An additional out building provides freestanding, private office space, peacefully set off to the side of the back yard and is heated with a gas fireplace.
Contact John & Cindy Farrell for more information and to see this home. 978-468-9576
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