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Gorgeous historic farmhouse outside Boston wants $625K

The Goff Homestead was built in 1750

Traditional dark red wooden farmhouse sits among trees and landscaped lawn.
This national landmark was built in 1750.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Rehoboth, Massachusetts

Price: $625,000

Built in 1750, this Georgian home has been gorgeously maintained while incorporating thoughtful updates where appropriate. Known as the Goff Homestead, the farmhouse sits on over 12 acres in the historic town of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, in Bristol County amid pastures, gardens, stonewalls, and outbuildings.

Four spacious bedrooms, three bathrooms, family room, parlor, and a formal dining room are found on nearly 2,700-square-foot of space distinguished by period architecture like wide-plank floor boards, exposed rough-hewn beams, olive green-painted wood trim, and wood paneling. Other amenities include two fireplaces, two wood-burning stoves, and a heated “tackroom” that doubles as a hobby room.

Large windows throughout, a screened porch, and a stone patio ensure that the two-story house is flooded with light, afford views of the verdant grounds from nearly every side, and offer a wealth of opportunities to commune with the natural landscape.

The property, located at 40 Maple Lane, is offered at $625,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty (h/t Estately)