FRAMINGHAM – Built in 1900, this historic Framingham property sits on a 5.5 acre lot and has only been on the market for a couple of days.
Priced at $675,000, the 6-bedroom home is located at 14-R Warren Place in Framingham.
The General Gordon Estate Carriage House is located in the Framingham Centre Common Historic District.
The home has 3,274 square feet of living space, and is located off Central Street in the City of Framingham.
“This Shingle style/ Colonial Revival Barn-Carriage House is ideally located at the end of a drive on approximately 5.55 acres with breathtaking water views of the Sudbury River and plenty of open space for gardening and relaxing,” wrote Realtor Cynthia Grenham.
“The flexible open floor plan features a large sunlit country kitchen open to the patio and beautifully landscaped yard,” noted the Realtor in the listing.
“An expansive fire placed living room and dining room with vaulted ceilings and hardwood flooring are ideal for entertaining,” wrote the Realtor.
“The first floor suite of rooms includes a study, sitting room, vaulted ceiling skylit bedroom and full bath – a perfect master suite or ideal for in-laws,” wrote the Realtor.
“An expansive second floor has 5 bedrooms and 2 full baths, wrote Grenham.
“The detached two-car garage has an additional storage room/workshop,” wrote Grenham. “The large root cellar is a gardeners delight.”
The Realtor said this is a “wonderful opportunity to own a piece of Framingham History.”
The City of Framingham has assessed the property at $670,200 in 2021.
The taxes for 2021 were not available.
The home last sold in 1995.
The home is listed with Realtor Cynthia Grenham of Coldwell Banker Realty – Framingham