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FRAMINGHAM – This week’s home of the week on SOURCE is the historic Jacob Winchester House in Framingham.

The200 Pleasant Street property was built in 1842.

Priced at $1,049,000, the house has 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

The multi-family property has 4,512 square feet of living space and sits on a 3/4 acre lot.

The property has been on the market for about 80 days.

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Large family home, with in-law suite, has had many updates including a new heating system, full wall/attic insulation, new roof, updated electric, many refinished floors, a large chef’s kitchen, & a 6-burner dual fuel gas range, wrote the Realtor.

The house has recessed lighting, a butler’s pantry, custom cabinetry, and hardwood floors round out this cook’s delight, noted the realtor.

A fully finished/heated third floor can accommodate a large family, noted the listing.

The in-law suite at the rear provides flexibility for the extended family, wrote the realtor.

The property is well-groomed w/mature maples, fruit trees, & large lawn areas for children to play. Wildlife visit often giving the property a country feel in a suburban setting.

The property abuts the local “rail trail” for walking & biking. It is close to all the amenities that MetroWest has to offer, and the major highways are nearby.

The home is near the Framingham Centre Common which hosts lots of activities, including summer concerts and Thursday Farmers’ markets.

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The City of Framingham assessed the property in 2021 at $745,200

The 2021 property taxes are $10,470

Framingham Assessors database said the home was last sold in 2018 for $100.

The home is presented by barbie Wallis of Mlsmoves out of Swampscott

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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.