On the Market: An Antique Townhouse in New Bedford
It’s situated on a cobblestone street near the waterfront.
26 Centre Street, New Bedford
Size: 3,634 square feet
Nestled in New Bedford’s historic district, this freestanding brick townhouse is right around the corner from the city’s whaling museum. In terms of antique charm, the place has it all—it was built in 1822 and is situated on a cobblestone street near the waterfront.
The interior blends original details with sophisticated, modern updates, including a stunning kitchen, one-of-a-kind light fixtures, and a revamped staircase. The first floor is zoned for retail, while the top floor boasts a loft-style living room with skylight windows. A wall of sliding glass doors opens to a roof deck, offering panoramic views of Buzzards Bay.
For information, contact Anne Whiting, Anne Whiting Real Estate, annewhitingrealestate.com.