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FRAMINGHAM – This week’s home of the week on SOURCE is a 4-bedroom home in Framingham.

On the market for just 3 days, the house is priced at $1.1 million.

Built in 2001, the home has 3,861 square feet of living space and sits on a 3.75 acre lot.

The 32 Wayside Inn Road home has a 3-car garage.

There is an open house today, June 5 from noon to 2 p.m.

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‘When Location is paramount and there’s no compromise, look no further. Situated on a private way in North Framingham inside The Trails at Wayside. Walking distance to the historic Wayside Inn. Miles of hiking, walking, and biking trails are just out your front door,” wrote the Realtor David Ferrini.

“This custom home has an open flow with high ceilings and every bedroom offering an ensuite full bath which is rarely seen at this price point,” noted the Realtor in the listing.

” Large eat in kitchen with solid cherry cabinetry and walk in pantry, open to a vaulted family room with soaring-stone gas fireplace, you will find double staircases for both upper level as well to the basement,” wrote Ferrini.

” There’s a wonderful rotunda shaped 4 season room that opens up to the deck and overlooks the in-ground heated pool & spa. A walkout basement that is ready to be finished with access directly to pool. Lush landscaping and perennial gardens abound, elegant lighting & antique stone walls are just a few of the amenities that complete this picturesque neighborhood of fine homes,” wrote Realtor Ferrini.

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The City of Framingham has assessed the property at $1,217,100.

The taxes for 2021 are $17,100.

The home last sold for $1 million in December of 2000.

The property is listed with David Ferrini with Coldwell Banker Realty – Sudbury


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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.