Home of the Week: $2.95 Million 4-Bedroom Colonial Home in Framingham

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FRAMINGHAM – New to the market is a Framingham home at 737 Edmands Road in the Nobscot section of Framingham.

The 4-bedroom home is priced at $2.95 million, and has been on the market for less than two weeks.

Built in 1907, this 10-room Colonial home has 5,751 square feet of living space and sit on a 2.14 acre lot.

This is “a once in a lifetime property nestled above the road in one of the most beloved and desired areas of North West Framingham. A simply breath-taking residence that was renovated under a discerning eye for detail. This home boasts impressive finishes, custom mouldings, dark hardwood flooring, and a bespoke kitchen that would inspire the finest of chefs,” wrote realtor David Ferrini in the listing.

“The formal rooms flow beautifully from one to another and offer spaces to entertain as well as intimate moments. Each bedroom is en-suite with luxurious bathrooms and resort-like finishes,” wrote Ferrini.

The home has 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.

“This property takes on a magical quality that expands to create a sense of place & purpose. The grounds are meticulously manicured and have been designed to encompass the property for a private and serene oasis; there are multiple places to simply enjoy the surroundings. The property has separate guest quarters and attached garages<‘ added the Realtor.

The home was assessed at $1,112,000 in 2020 with taxes of $16,658.

the property last sold for $780,000 in August of 2015.

The home is listed with Realtor David Ferrini

Photos courtesy of the real estate listing

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