21 Endicott Rd., Boxford
Size: 4,088 square feet
Baths: 2 full, 1 half
North of Boston, the town of Boxford was first settled in 1646, and this 1650 classic Colonial home was one of its first residences. Typical of New England homes from this time period, the interior has wood floors, exposed beams, and multiple fireplaces, including one in the kitchen. The formal dining room and living room have bay windows, and the entry has a wooden staircase that curves to the second-floor bedrooms. Updated many times since the 17th century, the home most recently has a new furnace, fresh exterior paint, and a redone fence outside. Also a part of the 2.1 acre property is a large barn with a workshop and horse stalls, and a detached garage.
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