$669,900

List Price

23 Old Oaken Bucket Scituate , MA 02066

3 bed | 2 bath | 3,230sqft | $3,417 est. monthly cost

$8,374

Your Est. Savings

Home Information and Amenities

9 Rooms

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

6 Parking

Rare opportunity to own a piece of Scituate's Old oaken bucket history! Retreat 2 acre lot w/stunning French Country converted barn boasts so many unique features and upgrades. Originally converted to a summer home in the 1940's by a famous sculptress. The Retreat was purchased by the current owners in 1984, and since lovingly renovated and updated to preserve as much of the original ambiance as possible. The home inspires awe and exclamation as you enter the great room. You are greeted by French doors, stunning beams, balconies and wrap around walkways as you gaze up towards the second and third floors. Chef's kitchen with 2011 expansion to include breakfast nook, newer heat, new 4 bedroom septic system to be installed, "staycation" gunite pool, and a second large barn/shed with loads of possibilities. Two acres of land graced by stone walls, and woods, located close to Greenbush commuter train, town beaches, restaurants, stores and picturesque North River. Prepare to be amazed!

  • Property type

  • # of Bedrooms

  • # of Bathrooms

  • # Number of Units

Single Family

3

2

Unavailable

  • Year Built

  • Size

  • Lot Size

1940

3,230

87,120

  • HOA

  • Roof Material

  • Flooring

  • Total Parking

None

Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles

Wood,Tile

6

  • Basement

  • Heating

No

Hot Water Baseboard

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