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.
Sited on more than three acres of woodlands in Dedham's sought-after Precinct 1, this elegantly appointed residence with its 10 rooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms boasts more than 3,400 square feet of living space. A gracious front entry foyer leads directly to the home's music room and the dining room with large windows overlooking the grounds.
At the heart of the home is the oversized eat-in kitchen that features granite countertops, an expansive center island and handsome wood cabinetry, and the adjacent great room with its fireplace, cathedral ceiling, direct access to a large outdoor deck.
There are four bedrooms in all including the delightful master bedroom suite with its own private office, walk-in and cedar closets and cathedral ceiling.
Everyone in the family will enjoy the fully finished basement with its exercise room, media room, billiards room, workshop complete with dark room and a bonus room ideal for use as a wine cellar. Let's not forget the full bathroom as well.
The home includes central air conditioning, hardwood floors and an attached two-car garage. The best in shopping, dining and entertainment are all just a short drive away.
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