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.
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.
Located in Dedham's historic Precinct 1, this custom built 10-room, 2-1/2 bathroom Contemporary-style residence with more than 4,000 square feet of living space offers the homeowners a large garden with lush evergreens, mature plantings and a sweeping lawn. The two-story foyer opens directly to a grand, sun-filled living room with a 19' cathedral ceiling, wood-burning fireplace and Andersen picture windows. Also featured on the main floor are an oversized master bedroom suite, a formal dining room and a bright eat-in kitchen with direct access to a large deck overlooking the backyard. On the second floor are two well-sized, comfortable bedrooms, an unfinished great room that's ideal as a game room or yoga studio and a spacious laundry room. Amenities include a full basement, a loft overlooking the living room, a walk-in cedar closet, hardwood floors throughout and a two-car attached garage. This home is located just a short distance to Dedham Country Day School and Ursuline Academy plus it's only a quick drive to Legacy Place, Dedham Town Center and the highway.
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