The Putnam-Balch House is also known as Greymoor. It was built in 1871. The home is located in Salem, Massachusetts. It is situated in Salem’s McIntire District and across from the Ropes Museum. The home has updated kitchen and bathrooms. Updated electric, plumbing, HVAC and roof. Original hardwood floors, moldings, built-ins, paneling, mantels, and mahogany staircase. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 6,352 square feet. $1,550,000
From the Zillow listing:
Magnificent Victorian Mansion, circa1871, the famous Putnam-Balch House, now known as Greymoor, in Salem’s McIntire District, across from the Ropes Museum and First Church, is a stunning blend of history and high-end, top of the line systems and renovations. This historically significant residence was recently renovated to update and to add new kitchen and baths with modern, high-end conveniences worthy of this distinctive, one of kind home. Newer roof, heat, plumbing, electrical and central air conditioning. Original detail restored and retained throughout: moldings, paneling, fireplaces, wood floors, mahogany staircase, large windows, butler’s pantry, built-in sink vanities between rooms, magnificent foyer/hallways, master suite w/new bath, family room w/wood carved built-ins, living room, dining room, sitting room, study/office, game room, 4-5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths. Steps to Downtown, harbor, museums and commuter rail to Boston. Rare opportunity to live in a piece of Salem’s history!
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