Home of the Week: Renovated Framingham Colonial Farmhouse

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FRAMINGHAM – Built in 1892, this week’s home of the week on SOURCE is a single-family home on Belknap Road in Framingham

On the market for 115 days, this price recently dropped for this home to $559,000.

There is 1,418square feet of living space on about an acre lot.

The 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home is a move-in ready Colonial farmhouse on a scenic road, wrote the realtor.

There is a “stream running through and abutting many private acres of conservation land,” wrote the Realtor.

 

New kitchen with newly tiled floor, bamboo cabinets, gas range, wall oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher all stainless steel with granite countertops and peninsula that open to beamed cathedral ceiling dining area,” wrote the Realtor.

“Living room has newly refinished hardwood floors, new gas fireplace, mantle, built-in bookcases and tv cabinet and opens to sunroom with hardwood floors and separate entrance,” noted the realtor.

New invisible fence was installed to keep your pets safe.

The property has new kitchen in 2018, new remodeled bathroom in 2019, new septic system in 2019, new tin roof to outbuilding with electric in 2020, noted the realtor.

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The City of Framingham has assessed the property at $416,900 in 2021.

The taxes for 2021 are $5,857

The property last sold in in June of 2018 for $275,000

The home is presented by Marilyn Freedman of Coldwell Banker Westwood.

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