On the Market: The Johnathan Green House in Stoneham
This quirky Georgian Colonial is one of the oldest structures in town.
63 Perkins Street, Stoneham
Size: 1,878 square feet
Once owned by Johnathan Green, a founder of Stoneham, this Georgian Colonial is one of the oldest structures in town. It dates back to 1718, and has a slew of quirky, one-of-a-kind features on display.
The home’s original beams are juxtaposed with more modern light fixtures in the kitchen, where you’ll also find shiny stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink, and an oversized wooden island. A total of four fireplaces can be found throughout the house, including in main living area. Head upstairs and stop halfway to find a small door. It leads to a tiny brick room, which the listing agents speculates was a former meat closet. Two out of the three bedrooms come with walk-in closets and fireplaces, while the full bathroom is complete with a jetted tub and new tile floors.
For information, contact Carol Martino, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, coldwellbankerhomes.com.