On the Market: An Accused Witch’s House in Wenham
One of the women accused in the Salem witch trials, Sarah Good, used to live in the home.
106 Main St, Wenham
Size: 2,629 square feet
This 17th century home has bedroom fireplaces—and a chilling history. It was once the home of Sarah Good, who was executed for suspected witchcraft during the Salem witch trials. Originally built in 1670, features like hardwood floors, boxed beam ceilings, and a working wood stove all add to the historic character, but it also boasts modern amenities like an updated kitchen and bathrooms. Two of the home’s four bedrooms feature fireplaces, and a third has vaulted ceilings and a loft space, so this home with a past doesn’t skimp on comfort.
Features like hardwood floors, boxed beam ceilings, and a working wood stove all add to the rustic charm. The formal living room, dining room, and family room offer enough space to meet any family’s needs, each complete with their own fireplaces.
Outside, enjoy a private patio space surrounded by trees.
For information, contact Tony Wright, Redfin, redfin.com.
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