Stirrup Brook Farm Inn, Circa 1700. One acre in Massachusetts. $475,000


Love the wide plank hardwood floors! This is the Deacon Jonas Barlett House, also known as the Stirrup Brook Farm Inn. The Barlett house was built in 1700. It is located on 1.06 acres in Northborough, Massachusetts. The home features wide plank hardwood floors, claw foot tub, baseboards  and a spacious kitchen. The home has a new roof and electrical panel. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 2,921 square feet. $475,000

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Welcome to the Deacon Jonas Bartlett house (known as the Stirrup Brook Farm Inn)*Historic Colonial Revival/Federal home w/lovely horseshoe driveway & historic entry portico & charming front porch*Striking bucolic setting which abuts town meadow in rear & Suasco land to the left*Main structure has a gable roof&2 corbelled brick chimneys (the right side was an addition)*Wonderful floor plan starts w/welcoming foyer w/turned stairs flanked by a front to back LR&formal DR*Country kitchen and mudroom*1st floor study or bedroom plus full bath & generous storage area*2nd floor offers 4 chambers & a full bath plus another large storage area w/2nd set of stairs*The home has many original elements & has been kept fairly original, which makes this the perfect option for a sensitive renovation*Home is sited beautifully back from the thoroughfare*Brand NEW Title 5 septic system*NEW electric panel*NEW roof*Some NEW plumbing*Some NEW trim/decking*Note: Some info from the Mass Historical Com

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