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Posted by Kathryn Early on 1/19/2018

This Single-Family in Haverhill, MA recently sold for $330,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Kathryn Early - Coco, Early & Associates.


29 Prescott St, Haverhill, MA 01832

Single-Family

$329,900
Price
$330,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome Home to this meticulously maintained Ranch-style single family residence perfect for a first time home buyer or someone looking to downsize! This home offers hardwood floors, ornately detailed kitchen cabinets with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, living room with diner's window, a sun filled formal dining room, two similarly sized bedrooms, a three seasons porch, and a recently finished lower level. Among the many improvements made through the years include an ultra high efficiency gas heating and hot water system, blown in insulation, a half-bath addition in the finished basement, and a beautifully landscaped rock wall. Set on almost a quarter acre lot in excellent commuter location close to major highways, local shops and restaurants.

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Posted by Kathryn Early on 1/17/2018

The Northeast and New England are home to some of the most historic estates in the country. If you drive through almost any small town in New England you'll notice houses that proudly wear signs giving the year the home was built, with many dating back to the 1700s. Many of these homes have fortunately been preserved and opened to the public as museums. The area isn't just full of old colonials, either. Mansions in Rhode Island, estates in Vermont, tenement buildings in New York City, and even a few modern feats of architecture in Connecticut sprawl across the region. Here's a list of 10 must-see homes-turned-museums in the Northeast:

1. Mark Twain House, Connecticut

In 1873, Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain) and his recently wed wife, Olivia began work on their home in Hartford, Connecticut. Twain would go on to live what he described as the happiest and most productive years of his life. The museum holds many artifacts from Twain and his family, including his last pair of spectacles.

2. The Glass House, Connecticut

The Glass House is a 49-acre experiment in modern architecture that lies in New Canaan, Connecticut. The structures on the estate were built in 1949 with industrial age materials like steel and glass (the main house being comprised of glass).

3. The House of Seven Gables, Massachusetts

Salem, Massachusetts is mainly associated with the Salem Witch Trials and various pop-culture references that tie it to the supernatural. Most of the witch trials of 1692 involved residents of neighboring Danvers (then Salem Village). The House of Seven Gables was built by a Salem sea captain named John Turner in 1668.

4. Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts

As its name suggests, Old Sturbridge village is a reconstructed village that depicts an average New England village in the 1830s. It includes a school, country store, bank, a working farm, and several homes.

5. The Breakers, Rhode Island

The Breakers was constructed as the summer home of Cornelius Vanderbilt II in 1893. It is a gilded age mansion on the ocean that represents the opulence and grandeur of its time.

6. Hildene, Vermont

The home of the Lincoln family built in Manchester, Vermont in 1905. It was constructed by Robert Lincoln, son of Abraham Lincoln and was excluseively the home of Lincoln decendents until 1975.

7. Jackson House, New Hampshire

The Jackson House in Portsmouth, New Hampshire is the oldest wood-framed house in New Hampshire. It was built ca. 1664 and has post-Medieval English architectural motifs.

8. Castle Tucker, Maine

Castle Tucker was built in 1807 in coastal Wiscasset, Maine. Visitors are offered a glimpse into the lives of the Tuckers, a well-known shipping family. Economic difficulties meant the home was seldom renovated and one of the most well-preserved Victorian era homes in the region.

9. Tenement Museum, New York

While many homes on the list tell the story of well-to-do families, the NYC tenement museum takes visitors through a multi-floor tenement building that housed over 7,000 working class immigrants.

10. Lyndhurst, New York

Lyndhurst, an estate overlooking the Hudson river in Tarrytown, New York, is an American Gothic revival mansion. It housed many prominent figures including a a New York City mayor and a railroad tycoon.




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Posted by Kathryn Early on 1/16/2018


71 Franklin Street, Derry, NH 03038

Single-Family

$264,000
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome home! Three bedroom "New Englander" style home is ready for a new owner! Located just outside of downtown you will be sure to catch all of the town events and parades after a short walk. Located behind a unique sliding gate, this spacious and fenced in yard has plenty of room to play. Two car detached garage has excellent space for storage and a work bench. Inside you will find a spacious and updated kitchen with breakfast bar, stainless steel gas range, dishwasher and fridge to stay. Located off of the kitchen is a great mudroom or storage area. Office with half bath could also be a play room or guest bedroom. Dining area with built in shelving is open to kitchen. Hardwood through most of the first floor and living room complete the first floor space. Upstairs are three bedrooms and an updated full bath with a classic clawfoot tub. Close to major routes, shopping and dining. You will love living here!
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Posted by Kathryn Early on 1/11/2018

This Single-Family in Haverhill, MA recently sold for $375,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Kathryn Early - Coco, Early & Associates.


82 Lincolnshire Dr, Haverhill, MA 01835

Single-Family

$374,900
Price
$375,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Crescent Farms is where you will find this solid 3-4 bedroom home with a terrific yard and convenient to downtown restaurants, Hunking school, highway and Train station. This home offers a open kitchen dining area. The kitchen is complete with all appliances and breakfast bar. Also on the first floor is a full bath, a living room with wood burning fireplace and either a 4th bedroom or den with a closet and a slider to an oversize deck and above ground pool. The second floor has a full bath and 3 bedrooms including the master and second bedroom both with 3 closets. Other features are central ac, newer windows, vinyl siding, and a nice full basement with a walk out .

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Posted by Kathryn Early on 1/11/2018

This Single-Family in Methuen, MA recently sold for $415,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Kathryn Early - Coco, Early & Associates.


118 Armstrong Ave, Methuen, MA 01844

Single-Family

$399,500
Price
$415,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome home to 118 Armstrong Avenue in Methuen. A DESIRABLE LOCATION less than a mile to Interstate 495, this well-maintained 2002 Colonial offers 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, 2,200 +/- SqFt of Living Space all on a 10,050 sf (0.23 acre) lot. --- This home features many upgrades including: hardwood floors, HUGE 31 x 14 rear Wood Deck, SPACIOUS cathedral ceiling Master Bedroom with Private Balcony, Ceramic Tile Baths, Lawn Irrigation System, Finished Basement, and Forced Hot Water Baseboard Heating by Natural Gas. --- The first floor offers an eat-in Kitchen, fireplaced Dining & Living Room, Family Room & Full Bath. The second floor offers 3 Bedrooms and a 2nd Full Bath. The Finished Basement offers a 2nd Family Room or Media Room, and a Home Office. The grounds are manicured, including plenty of hardscaping with stone retaining walls and walkways.

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