39-41 Washington Square North
39-41 N Washington Square
If living in one of Salem's historic districts appeals to you, you'll love the condos in this Greek Revival building that dates back to 1850. The residence on the Salem Common is part of the Salem Common Historic District and is comparable to homes on Beacon Hill in Boston. You'll enjoy the atmosphere of a large home and the convenience that living in a condominium offers, including 3,360 square feet of space. The spectacular condos are priced at $575,000.
The exquisite home with southern exposure offers a panoramic view of Salem Common and the historic homes surrounding it. The residence has been renovated with careful attention to detail to achieve the look of the 1850s. The foyer features an elegant staircase and hardwood floor.
The open floor plan with antique-style chandeliers and fireplaces in the living and dining rooms offers an elegant space for entertaining. The spacious kitchen features a massive 19th-century brick fireplace and open hearth with a built-in brick oven, and has the atmosphere of the 18th-century keeping room. The tile flooring simulates a brick floor, and the kitchen has beamed ceilings.
Each of the charming bedrooms has a fireplace and oversized windows for the maximum amount of natural light. Bedrooms have spacious closets and feature wall-to-wall carpeting. The two full baths and half bath feature ceramic tile and backsplashes.
In addition to the beautiful views of Salem common, you'll love being within walking distance of many of Salem's attractions including the shops and restaurants at Pickering Wharf and the Salem Marketplace. If you commute on a regular basis, Salem Depot is just a few minutes away from the Salem Common and provides service to Boston, Newburyport and Rockport. You have the option of taking the Salem Ferry into Boston from the wharf at the House of the Seven Gables.