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FRAMINGHAM – A 35-acre estate and horse farm in the Nobscot section of Framingham went on the market just a couple of days ago.

Priced at $4.75 million, the property features two separately deeded parcels, including a 5-bedroom, almost 5,000-square foot home.

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“The home farm has undergone a recent renovation of systems and design that embrace a country lifestyle and reflects the landscape and beauty of its natural surroundings,” according to the realtor.

“There are breath-taking views from almost every room, stated the realtor.

The 1084 Grove Street house features “gorgeous interiors and a thoughtful floor plan,” which is fresh and timeless.

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“Once you are on the land and are within this compound, you will undoubtedly feel that you have been transported somewhere special. It’s like no other,” states the listing.

The adjoining property which is included with the sale is an equestrian barn with both indoor and outdoor arenas, viewing room, eight stalls along with a small-two bedroom caretakers’ cottage that have been tastefully updated.

“This property embraces a true country lifestyle in a most wonderful setting,” according to the realtor.

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Due to COVID-19, there may be open house information restrictions. Contact the realtor for a private showing.

The property last sold in March of 2016 for $2,850,000.

The City of Framingham assessed the property in 2020 at $2,028,022.

Property is listed with with Realtor® David Ferrini 

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.