$1,179,000

List Price

32 Strong Street Newburyport , MA 01950

3 bed | 4 bath | 3,366sqft | $5,190 est. monthly cost

$14,738

Your Est. Savings

Home Information and Amenities

9 Rooms

3 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

2 Parking

This Federal period deeded 1/2 house has been lovingly re-imagined making it the perfect blend of character and modern amenities. Built in 1817, after the fire of 1812, this home has a rare brick firewall, creating privacy not usually found in a half house. The high ceilings, large windows and southern exposure bathe it in natural light. The fireplaced living room is a wonderful place to curl on a winter's night. The spacious and stylish open kitchen/family room/ dining space overlooks the pool and garden. The 2nd floor as well has been opened, to create a spacious master suite; as well as a second bedroom with en suite bath. The 3rd floor is amazing with a large family room featuring exposed brick and beams overlooking Newburyport’s skyline with views of 3 steeples that are beautifully lit at night as well as a 3rd bedroom and bath. All this with a two-car garage and close to the shops, restaurants, waterfront and rail trail. Showings start Saturday 5/23. Masks and gloves required.

  • Property type

Single Family

  • # of Bedrooms

3

  • # of Bathrooms

4

  • # Number of Units

Unavailable

  • Year Built

1817

  • Size

3,366

  • Lot Size

6,534

  • HOA

None

  • Basement

Yes

  • Heating

Forced Air,Gas

  • Total Parking

2

  • Roof Material

Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles

  • Flooring

Wood,Tile

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