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Charming 1700 colonial wants $998K

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Old meets new

Colonial home with wood-siding and shuttered windows.
The Marblehead home was built in 1700.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Marblehead, Massachusetts

Price: $997,500

An old colonial is new again in the coastal town of Marblehead, Massachusetts. Originally built in 1700, the antique home has since been completely renovated and updated, with new electrical, plumbing, heating, and gas systems, as well as a new roof and insulation.

The result is a charming four-bedroom that combines historic details like rustic wide-plank floorboards, exposed beams, multiple fireplaces, and millwork with the amenities of a modern build.

Measuring 2,660 square feet, the wood-framed residence features a simple two-story construction with a facade of shuttered windows. A large living room and eat-in kitchen, plus a lounge on an upper-floor landing provide ample space for entertaining and relaxation, while the spacious bedrooms and 3.5 baths offer privacy and comfort.

Located at 11 Washington Street just minutes from the harbor, beaches, shopping, and entertainment, it’s offered at $997,500.

Via Sotheby’s International Realty