Rare Historical Colonial built by the first settlers in circa 1652 by Josiah Winslow, sold to the Ford Family in 1688, one of the oldest houses in Massachusetts and of the United States. Very well preserved and adjusted to satisfy modern needs, 4 bed 3 bath 2 stories 3382 SqFt on 1 acre. 4 fireplaces, combination of hardwood and tile floors, luminous big rooms throughout the house with . Original wooden beams are exposed where you can see the original roman numbers. The big kitchen is old style, it has an island in the middle and a white painted fireplace that separates the back where the eating area is. Attached a workshop that has a lot of storage. The living room has a beautiful working fireplace with an antique mantel that comes with a history itself. The room has few hiding spots with objects or books to have their own special place. The room that was used as a studio has the best position in the house looking over the garden and street so not to miss anything. Stairs were redone following codes, very spacious rooms. Master bedroom can be transformed into studio, it has separate entrance from the kitchen. Workshop is next to the kitchen. Walking distance to restaurants and coffee shops, minutes to the beach and Marshfield schools. 10 minutes to the highway exit to Boston.
Updated on September 1, 2022 at 7:06 pm