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Historic House Listings

Part of the Underground Railroad! Lemuel Marden House, Circa 1770 in Massachusetts. $277,700

June 2, 2020

Lemuel Marden was known as an abolitionist. This house was built in 1770. It is located on .34 acres in Groveland, Massachusetts. This home was a safe house for the Underground Railroad. This house has wide planked hardwood floors, original gunstock posts, exposed beams and brick fireplaces. There is a small in-ground pool on the property. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,310 square feet. $277,700

Contact Haeyoon Jacobus with Keller Williams: 603-383-5279

From the Zillow listing:

 

Short Sale Subject to 3rd Party Approval. SOLD AS IS. $5,000 negotiation fee paid by the buyer, due upon delivery of deed which cannot be financed. Town assessed value at $404,400. Very convenient commute, In-town location history rich (but not a historical home) 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths Antique Colonial, also known as the famous Lemuel Marden (Abolitionist) Home. Located close to the Merrimack River and down the street from the famous Groveland Pines Recreation Park (sports court, ball field, play ground, dog park & boat landing) along the Merrimac River- Wide pine floor, Exposed beam ceilings, Gunstock posts, brick fire places. Fenced-in back yard with In-ground pool with newer liner and pump. Updated Electrical & Wiring, All Newer Central Air & Heating system, Stainless Steel kitchen appliances. 1st floor laundry room. 2 bedrooms are on 1st floor. Roof & Siding & windows need immediate attention. Kitchen&bath needs update. Highly recommend bringing contractor.

 

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