Saturday, January 22, 2011

Dream Homes for Sale (RI, MA, CT)!


Hello, everyone!
How has your month been going?
Mine's been spent rejuvenating in anticipation
for my final semester as an undergraduate (starting
this very Monday... eek!) I apologize that I never got
around to posting as much as I thought I would
... the time just flew by so fast!

But here I am, regardless, and I've brought with me
some beautiful New England homes that are currently
on the market for some lucky soul to make their own!

East Greenwich, RI
($699,000)

"The Clement Weaver - Daniel Howland house - where history has been preserved in a museum-quality restoration. The home retains most of its original details; wide board flooring, SIX fireplaces, leaded-pane windows, exposed beams, original hardware, hand-split cedar shake roof and so much more. All systems have been upgraded. The property includes a detached, two-car garage, with a new 16'x17’ professional office. There is also a brand new 2-story, 18'x24’ studio with all utilities, 2"x6" walls and full basement. Currently used as a hobby woodshop. This would make a great guesthouse or in-law.
Within the main house the eight large rooms are easily ‘re-purposed.’ For us, the extra bedrooms seamlessly converted into a library, TV room and formal dining room. The huge keeping room is not only our formal living area, but also offers candlelight dinners in front of a roaring 17th century fireplace. The home, once owned by The Society for Preservation of New England Antiquities was to become a museum. If you love antique home living, it doesn’t get much better than this."





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Marblehead, MA
($729,000)

"This lovingly restored 1760 antique home is nestled at the base of Crocker Park in the heart of Old Town steps to Marblehead Harbor. This residence boasts magnificent original period detail which includes 3 working fireplaces plus modern amenities such as central AC, deluxe new gourmet kitchen with granite breakfast bar, top of the line baths, multiple decks and the most spectacular terraced, professionally designed gardens. New 3 zone heating system,updated electric. can be purchased furnished."





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This following property is the perfect fixer-upper...
I couldn't resist throwing it in due to how much potential it has!


Coventry, CT
($159,900)

"Elias Sprague House-- on National Register. Many intact original details. Rehab project. Post & plank construction older than indicated. 3 FP. Adjacent to Hale Forrest."











More information on this property ♥

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Happy (house) hunting!


14 comments:

  1. Good luck on your studies! I'm started a graduate class this past Tuesday! It's the last required graduate class in my program, just 4 left! I love old homes, and the ones you posted are beautiful! I especially love the white viking stove! Have a wonderful day!

    Mary

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  2. Great find on the Coventry house.
    And there is a great blog on some people who have bought an old house in Marblehead and are slowly renovating it. Have you seen it? If not I'll find address and send it to you.
    xx
    j

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  3. Oh what a dream it would be to fix up that gorgeous old home in Connecticut! ;)

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  4. i want the last one but i don't think we could fit in it! i love these places!

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  5. Beautiful post, Erin. So lovely to see and dream...my parent's best friends lived in Marblehead about 25 years ago and it was wonderful to visit and stay there for a while & explore that beautiful place. I'm sure it hasn't changed that much.Thanks for the beautiful homes!Good luck with the studies. Love xoxo

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  6. Hi, Oh, I love those homes! I dream of New England as well! I just recently did a post on New England style homes, come check it out and enter my giveaway! Good luck with school, the home stretch, thats great.
    xoxo

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  7. Quite the price range there. I'll take the Marblehead home. It's more my style and I wouldn't have to move very far.

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  8. Oh Erin I love these homes... who wouldn't just love to live in them?? I thinkg the first one is my favorite...if I had to choose only one...smile..

    Good luck with your studies..I know you will do great!

    Blessings..
    xoxo Gert

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  9. Oh they are all so beautiful, packed full of charachter and history. Thanks for sharing a peek with us.

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  10. Love the Coventry one! Why don't you buy it???!!! This would be perfect for you! ;)
    Best,
    Gloria
    P.S. Good luck with your final semester!

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  11. How exciting that you are getting ready to start your last semester!!! Does this mean a move to New England is fast approaching, too?!? Best of luck this semester!!! xoxo

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  12. Really dream homes. You will need to make sure that your open house stands out, some of the pros are even using caterers and holding prize giveaways.

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  13. Wow! What a gorgeous property to have. I'm in love with its stunning beauty. Hope to have this kind of property someday. I really like it. Big thanks for sharing.



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