Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Video of 35 Flint Street #10 | Salem, Massachusetts real estate & homes
http://www.EdCashwell.com - This luxurious, 2 bedroom town home style condo is located in the former principal's office of the circa 1870 school named for Nathaniel Bowditch, a noted mathematician and astronomer.
Located in the McIntire Historic District in Salem, MA, the area contains one of the most significant concentrations of notable 18th & 19th century buildings in the United States.
Set in a bay, the tall windows capture the sun and bathe the home in natural sunlight, a stunning a sumptuous renovation of the highest calibre.
The thoughtfully designed kitchen showcases abundant maple cabinetry featuring built in spice racks, slide out utensil storage, pull out drawers for cookware, and self closing drawers - all accented with beautiful granite countertops and undercounter lighting. A dining area set in the tall bay windows, plus the living room wood burning fireplace sets the mood for a romantic evening at home.
The lower level is your private retreat. The deep plush carpeting, and the master bedroom set in the bay, graced by plantain shutters, plenty of closets and a private ensuite bath. A second bedroom retreat is large enough to accommodate a bedroom, plus a sitting area, reading or office area. A fully renovated main bath completes this level.
Set in the McIntire Historic District of Salem, this home is walkable to Salem Center, the celebrated Peabody-Essex Museum, Pickering Wharf, and Washington Square. Salem is best known as the home of the infamous Witch Trials of 1692 and today is an energetic, urban center of commerce, trade, shops, restaurants, history and culture.
With convenient access to Boston via the T, Salem is a wonderful place to call home and to experience the best of New England living.
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