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5 Bacon St, Winchester, MA 01890

Multi-Family

$1,999,900
Price

2
Units
4,154
Approx. GLA
The timeless craftsmanship of this home has been preserved & updated to keep it as beautiful today as the day it was built! Both units of this home have been tastefully & thoughtfully renovated by the same family so that they seamlessly complement each other while keeping the original characteristics of the home intact. Sporting vintage style appointments, spacious fireplace living rooms, beautifully renovated kitchens, and dining rooms w/ built-in china cabinets, there’s limitless personality in every room. This home can function as two separate units or one multigenerational home- separate enough to have plenty of privacy, but cohesive enough to feel like one space if preferred! Close to town center & Wedgemere Station. 9 foot ceilings, Many improvements include roof, electrical (knob & tube removed), hot water heaters, interior paint, exterior paint historic colors, gutters, exterior doors, storm windows - see list on link.
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Sunday
August 01 at 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
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This Single-Family in Andover, MA recently sold for $690,500. This Cape style home was sold by Anne Spry - Waterfield Sotheby's International Realty.


9 Sherry Drive, Andover, MA 01810

Single-Family

$619,000
Price
$690,500
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This beautiful, quaint cape feels like a woodland retreat! Solid home eagerly awaiting next caregivers' updates. Wide plank wooden floors with wooden wainscoting gives a special feel to the home. Leading out from the spacious eat-in kitchen, enjoy listening to the sounds of nature as you have your morning coffee on the screened in porch. The square dining room offers plenty of space to entertain your long-awaited guests. Lounge next to the fireplace in the front to back living room. Second floor includes front to back master bedroom with two closets and access to the eaves. Two additional bedrooms and full bath compliments the second floor. Large, level lot with full dormer in back of home.

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This Single-Family in Burlington, MA recently sold for $800,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Anne Spry - Waterfield Sotheby's International Realty.


75 Macon Rd, Burlington, MA 01803

Single-Family

$629,900
Price
$800,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
If you're looking for bright & spacious 1 level living, this unique 4 bdrm ranch is perfect w/ surrounding views of nature from its many windows. The home's inviting & expansive front porch offers tons of space for outdoor living. The great circular flow between the gas fireplace living room, dining rm & updated kitchen make a great space for entertaining guests as they make their way out the french doors towards the deck & pool-side patio. The square dining room features a slider that offers a great opportunity for easy expansion into a future wrap around deck. Updated kitchen features granite counter tops/island, built-in desk nook, & triple windows that bring the outdoors right into the home! All 4 bdrms feature ceiling fans & hardwood floors, w/ the Master bedroom sporting a renovated en suite bath w/ double vanity sink, & unique full tile walk-in shower. The commodious lower-level heated family room serves as a multipurpose space perfect for workouts, board games, or movie nights!

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5 Bacon St, Winchester, MA 01890

Multi-Family

$1,999,900
Price

2
Units
4,154
Approx. GLA
The timeless craftsmanship of this home has been preserved & updated to keep it as beautiful today as the day it was built! Both units of this home have been tastefully & thoughtfully renovated by the same family so that they seamlessly complement each other while keeping the original characteristics of the home intact. Sporting vintage style appointments, spacious fireplace living rooms, beautifully renovated kitchens, and dining rooms w/ built-in china cabinets, there’s limitless personality in every room. This home can function as two separate units or one multigenerational home- separate enough to have plenty of privacy, but cohesive enough to feel like one space if preferred! Close to town center & Wedgemere Station. 9 foot ceilings, Many improvements include roof, electrical (knob & tube removed), hot water heaters, interior paint, exterior paint historic colors, gutters, exterior doors, storm windows - see list on link.
Open House
Sunday
July 25 at 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 5 Bacon St, Winchester, MA 01890    Get Directions






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