HOME OF THE WEEK: 103-Year-Old Renovated Framingham Colonial at $400,000

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FRAMINGHAM – This Colonial single-family home is located in a downtown Framingham neighborhood.

This renovated 26 Alexander Street home has 2,052 square feet of living space.

Priced at $400,000, it just went on the market last week.

There is an open house today, July 26, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. There was also an open house yesterday and Friday night.

Built in 1897, the blue Colonial home has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.

The home has “hardwoods on the first floor, with nice high ceilings throughout and vaulted ceiling with skylight in the eat in kitchen/dining area,” stated the listing.

“There’s a large mud room in back upon entry, and then soak in the spacious kitchen with slider access to the back deck for entertaining,” stated the listing. “There’s also a separate front porch for chairs and relaxing as well.”

Upstairs, there are three large bedrooms and two full bathrooms.

“The walk up attic offers tons of additional potential for the next homeowners,” stated the listing.

Location is prime for anyone looking to commute and have train access

The 2020 taxes for the 7-room home is $4,499.99. The home is assessed with the City of Framingham for $300,400.

The home last sold 15 years ago on July 26, 1995 for $113,000.

The home is listed with Lexine Winter with Keller Williams Boston Metrowest



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