Kicking off the week with a waterfront Woods Hole Victorian worthy of Multi-Family Monday.
The shingle-style 6BD, 6BA 4,435 square footer was built in 1890 and sits on a .20 acre lot right (as in, watch out for tipsy guests during backyard shindigs) on Eel Pond. We're not quite clear on the set-up, but here's what the brokerbabble has to say:
This building is currently being used as a six legal-apartment structure. Each apartment has it's own furnace, original wood floors and is centrally located to Woods Hole Village, scientific institutions, restaurants and galleries. A unique opportunity for either a single-family home in the heart of Woods Hole or continued use as an apartment building.The listing first hit the market in June 2012 looking for $1,750,000, but by August, the ask had been chopped down to $1,495,000. In July 2013, the pricechopper returned to the slice expectations to $1,395,000. The Millfield Street spread was taken off the market last October and returned last week with a $1,295,000 price tag.
· Listing: 22 Millfield Street, Woods Hole [Trulia and Zillow]