In celebration of Boston's World Series victory, we dug through the listings in search of an abode for the old house loving member of Red Sox Nation. It turns out there aren't a plethora of homes on the market dating to 1918, the last time team won on their home turf, since there weren't exactly a lot built that year [see: World War I]. Thus, this Yarmouth Port home on the desirable north side Route 6A is extra special. The four bedroom has certainly seen better days, but like the worst-to-first team, "the simple charm of this antique is ready to shine again." In other words, the 1,927 square footer could have easily made it onto this week's map of fixer-uppers. Here's how the brokerbabble breaks it down:
Beautiful pine floors throughout, a formal dining room, living room with corner fireplace and a sunroom surrounded with 3 walls of windows make up the first floor in addition to a kitchen, mudroom and half bath. Four bedrooms and a bath on the second floor. The lot is surrounded by trees in the rear with plenty of room for lawn games. Under the front farmers porch, you may be tempted to spend time and greet the world from your rocker!Asking price to party like it's 1918 is $339,900.
· Listing: 142 Route 6A, Yarmouth Port [Trulia]
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