Home of the Week: 3-Bedroom 1887 Colonial in Saxonville Listed at $475,000

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FRAMINGHAM – New to the market is a $475,000 expanded and updated Cape home in North Framingham.

The home has only been on the market for a couple of days and there is an open house today at 204 Central Street from 1 to 3 p.m.

Built in 1887, this 2,091 square foot home sits on a 0.78 acre lot.

“Great opportunity to own an updated and expanded Cape with a flexible open floor plan,” wrote Realtor Cynthia Grenham about this Saxonville home.

“Gracious living room and dining room open to a large fully applianced country kitchen and laundry,” stated the listing, which posted two days ago,

“Adjacent breezeway has access to a new deck overlooking the private treed yard,” wrote the Realtor.

“An ideal home office/den with French doors is on first floor,” she wroote. “Relax in the second level expansive vaulted ceiling.”

“Great Room with wood stove and sliders to a large new deck – a possible master suite as well,” wrote the Realtor. “Three bedrooms and full bath are also on a separate second-level.”

“The oversized two-car garage has plenty of storage space and off-street parking,” stated the listing.

“This home is Ideally located: – Stroll along the Sudbury River and enjoy a walk to Saxonville Village shops and restaurants. Easy access to shopping, major routes and commuter rail,” wrote Grenham.

The home was assessed at $375,100 in 2020.

The property taxes for 2020 are $5,619.

The home last sold in September of 1998 for $205,000.

The home is listed with Realtor Cynthia Grenham with Coldwell Banker in Framingham.

Photos courtesy of the real estate listing

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