1870 Fixer Upper Second Empire Victorian Mansion Sells for $250K in Ashburnham, MA
SOLD | Built c.1870 | 5,214 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 1.5+ Baths | 0.63 Acres
16 Pleasant Street, Ashburnham, Massachusetts, United States, 01430
A striking Second Empire Victorian mansion in Ashburnham, Massachusetts has sold for full asking after listing in June 2020 for $250,000. The 5,214 square foot residence was previously on the market in 2019 for $425,000. The 0.63 acre property and the 5,200 square foot home are being sold as-is and come zoned for both residential and commercial ventures. The home offers 3 levels with 5 bedrooms and 1.5+ bathrooms with hand carved walnut woodwork, 3 fireplaces with decorative tiles and mantels, tin ceilings, oversized windows, a grand staircase and hardwood floors throughout. There is also a newer roof and an attached two-storey barn perfect for extra storage or a work area. The property was on the market for $250,000 with Albert Surabian of Keller Williams.
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