NATICK – Built in 1856, the Perry House is a registered historic landmark, located in the John Eliot Historic District in the heart of South Natick Village.
Priced at $1.25 million, the 4-bedroom and 3-bathroom home is located at 18 Pleasant Street in Natick.
The home has 2,640 square feet of living space.
The home has been on the market for just over 3 weeks.
“This magnificent home features lofty 9-footceilings, gorgeous wide-pine floors, an oversized light-filled, eat-in kitchen with a new 6-burner Z-Line gas range and a wood-burning stove. Versatile floor plan with an option for a first and / or second floor master bedroom. Recently renovated 2nd level with two new full baths with radiant heat and 3 spacious bedrooms,” wrote the Realtor in the listing.
This property is zoned General Residential which presents possible development opportunities, noted the Realtor.
“Exquisite original details including a wrap-around front porch with elegant columns, decorative exterior frieze boards, crown molding, floor to ceiling windows, antique hardware and beautiful solid wood doors,” wrote the Realtor.
“Stunning perennial gardens and a 3-story barn,” wrote the Realtor.
The Town of Natick has assessed the property at $679,500 in 2021.
The taxes for 2021 are $9,248.
The home last sold in January in 2011 for $425,000.
The home is listed with REALTOR® Beth Byrne of Coldwell Banker Wellesley.