http://www.MikeMullins.net - Amesbury, Massachusetts is a suburban community with an unusual industrial and manufacturing history. First settled by Europeans in 1645, the town's earliest industries included mills, shipyards and a heavily used ferry operation across the Merrimac River to Newburyport.
Among the most interesting of Amesbury's products were the carriages, which achieved some renown in the area. The carriage company made the transition into the 20th century by converting its production into making automobile bodies, and until the Great Depression of 1929, auto body making was a major industry in the town.
The ideal location of Amesbury at a transportation crossroads of Interstate 95 and 495 gives the town a good competitive edge for both residential and commercial development. Along with the sturdy 19th century commercial buildings, Amesbury is also rich in Federal-period residences, which the community carefully preserves as its link with the past.
This Colonial home is located on a choice 3/4 acre treed lot at the very end of the cul-de-sac.
If you enjoy entertaining, you'll appreciate the large living room and formal dining room.
This home now boasts a recently updated new granite kitchen.
You'll enjoy entertaining during the warmer months on your oversized, two tiered deck, anchored by a hot tub. Plenty of yard space is perfect for kids, pets or a summertime badminton game!
The hospitality of this home extends to the second level, where you'll find three good sized bedrooms, plus the dramatic 22 x 23' master bedroom, with lots of closet space and a master bath.
The lower level features a generous sized game room or play room, as well as an office.
With numerous amenities such as a central vacuum, security system, storage shed and walk up attic, this home is a must see!