Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Video of 141 Highland St | Dedham, Massachusetts real estate & homes

http://www.GoHomeWithMichael.com - Dedham, Massachusetts is a historic suburban industrial town on the principal southern corridor of metropolitan Boston, and is the site of the earliest surviving timber frame house in the nation, the handsome 1637 Fairbanks House. The town received its grant as a town from the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1636, making it one of the oldest communities in the state. Dedham has a remarkably well preserved town center, with many handsome, historic houses dating back nearly 400 years. Centrally located along Boston's major rail transportation networks, the community offers gorgeous natural and historic scenery, a bounty of cultural and recreational attractions, excellent schools and a close-knit rural atmosphere within easy reach of the city.
Combine New England antique charm with modern amenities and you begin to describe this historic Colonial home in the heart of Dedham's Precinct 1. Built in 1805, this expansive 6-bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom house is sited on almost an acre of towering oaks and flowering perennials. Many of the home's original details remain such as the dentil crown molding, oak wood floors and fireplaces. The home improvements include central air, new windows and renovated kitchen with cherry cabinets and granite countertops. The house also boasts a 3-season sunroom, a wrap-around porch, an abundance of storage (including a walk-in cedar closet), first-floor laundry room and a two-car garage with automatic door openers. With easy access to Dedham Center, Legacy Place and the highway, this property provides you with the best of town and country living. Schedule a private showing today and see for yourself all this home has to offer you and your family.

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