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PRINCETON — Statesmen, boondocks officers and clergy settle for lived on this brick-and-mortar allotment of historical past accepted because the 1760 Peter Goodnow Home.
The 16-room farmhouse at 49 Gregory Hill Highway is on the Nationwide Register of Historic Locations and on the bazaar for $849,900.
Goodnow (1710-1783) was a Sudbury congenital who confused to Princeton. He was adopted to the appointment of selectman in 1760. He after captivated the posts of boondocks adjudicator and dealer afore a extra acclamation to selectman. Goodnow’s signature is start on the aboriginal settlement of the Congregational Society in 1764.
Charles Russell accomplished the federal-style allocation of the abode in 1815, which was absorbed to an ell of the aboriginal 1760 construct. Russell suggested genitalia of the capital abode to carbon the about 1786 Goodnow Inn, which is anon endemic by the Massachusetts Audubon Society. An absorbed barn was added to the house in 1824.
Russell (1793-1885) farmed his acreage and ran a acknowledged apple retailer. He served as Princeton’s boondocks agent for 28 years and postmaster for 29 years. He was moreover adopted to the accompaniment Basic Meeting as a adumbrative and later, as a senator.
In the present day, the 6,131 square-foot house is listed with Laurie Kraemer of Open Aperture Actual Property.
Customized look accommodate superior axle pinewood flooring, balk beamed ceilings, 4 fireplaces and a avant-garde nation kitchen.
“My admired look are the large nation kitchen and I really adulation the decks, balustrade and the yard with all its privateness,” Kraemer stated.
Home-owner Kathryn Fisk agreed.
“The large kitchen is the aboriginal allowance that welcomes you into our dwelling, which acclimated to be a carrying shed, however tailored to a winter kitchen,” she stated.
The ample kitchen affords trendy, stainless animate equipment set into bean counter tops alongside antiques, reminiscent of a wooden/coal range and an outdated chestnut duke pump and sink.
Fisk stated the eating allowance moreover holds historical past and intrigue. The totally different paneled shutters, she stated, have been autogenous shutters from the Boston Boondocks Corridor that have been accustomed to the Russell ancestors by the burghal of Boston.
The energetic allowance look two abounding partitions of congenital bookshelves and a brick hearth, whereas the ancestors allowance affords superior timbers in a post-and-beam beam and a Franklin range set in a brick hearth.
The aloofness of the yard is greatest beheld from the ample three-season allowance that opens to a lined balustrade with accouter that, within the winter aback the leaves are off the bushes, affords a look of Mount Wachusett.
A bisected ablution with laundry and a abounding ablution full the capital flooring.
Upstairs are the adept bedchamber with brick broiler and avant-garde tub, 4 added bedrooms and a extra three-season sunroom.
An absorbed two-bedroom lodging has a clandestine admission on the superior of the abode and admission to a accouter within the again.
Different notables within the dwelling, Fisk stated, are the aperture knocker on the circa 1760 superior aperture that’s stated to just accept been synthetic by Paul Revere in his aboriginal years as a silversmith.
Record worth: $849,900
Dwelling house: 6,131 aboveboard toes
Complete rooms: 16
Loos: Four full, 1 half
Local weather: alloyed affected air, sizzling baptize warmth
Land: 3.7 acreage (161,172 aboveboard toes)
Assessed worth: $555,400
Taxes: $8,803 in 2020
This commodity initially appeared on Telegram & Gazette: Abode of the Week: 16-room Princeton farmhouse prosperous with historical past lists for $849,900