This is a historic 1800’s gambrel roofed home with beverly projections set in the historic district of Danvers. Built by Amos Prince Sr. it sits on almost a half acre in a prime location offering peaceful enjoyment with modern conveniences. A moments ride to all major highways or a short walk down the road to Glen Magna at Endicott Park. There is a detached garage as well as an original cooperage ( a barrel maker’s workshop) from the neighborhood. This provides an excellent accessory space for working or entertaining. Across from the property sits the Village Training Field of old Salem Village where the minute-men rallied for the march to Lexington. Watch the historic re-enactments and town summer events such as the annual 4th of July Highlands Parade. The spacious back yard is great for play or entertaining with a large fire pit built with rocks from the property’s original walls. Follow Covid safety precautions on property.
Listing courtesy of Sara D'Antonio from Engel & Volkers By the Sea
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