On The Market: 50 North Liberty Street, Middleton
“There are 4,000 square feet all on one living level, which is kind of ideal today,” says Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Mark Wade. “A lot of people don’t want those mega-mansions.”
Situated on 16 sprawling acres, this private home “is a nature-lover’s paradise,” Wade says. With private, natural trails on the property and landscaped grounds, there are plenty of places to roam, but the beauty continues as the property abuts Essex County conservation land.
With rustic exposed brick and beams, the kitchen has a Tuscan feel and timeless style. The home has cathedral ceilings in most of the rooms and walls of windows that bring the outside indoors. With all of the charm of a European villa, sitting on the walkout deck enjoying a cup of coffee and overlooking the delicately maintained backyard, it is hard to imagine that this home is actually in Middleton, Masssachusetts.
Though this property is designed with a rustic, classic atmosphere, Wade explains that the flexible home could easily become a contemporary setting, if desired.
The state-of-the-art, fairly new geothermal heating system, for which the developers added deep wells to access the core temperature, uses the Earth’s natural heat to cool and warm the home.
50 North Liberty Street, Middleton
Living Area: 4,000 square feet
Lot Size: 16 acres
Bathrooms: 2 full, 2 half
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