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100 Main Street, Rowley, MA 01969

Single-Family

$629,777
Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
If you've dreamed of owning a piece of history. Luck is in your favor. The Mighill-Perley House built in 1730... This second period home has been meticulously cared for and is looking for new owners. Located on Rowley Common, just minutes from the commuter rail to Boston, and also minutes from Ipswich (Cranes Beach & Castle) and Newburyport (Plum Island). This home is a perfect blend of period detail and modern updates. The one car garage and two-story barn help complete the picture. The meticulously maintained yard, plantings, and gardens make this a "to die for" home... It is a definite must see! 1st showings will be at the OH 6/2 1:30-3 Brief History Intro: The MIGHILL-PERLY HOUSE ON THE CORNER OF MAIN AND INDEPENDENT STREETS (SOUTH END OF THE ROWLEY COMMON). Built by Nathaniel Mighill in 1730 this home has natural crook oak rafters reaching from the eaves to ridge. Very well maintained with beautiful landscapes and gardens.
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Saturday
June 08 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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4 Belmore Street, Merrimac, MA 01860

Single-Family

$329,777
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Sought after Pentucket School district! This won't last long... This cozy 3 bdrm, 1 ba, home with a detached garage and a large yard is located on a quiet side street. The home has been recently painted and has an updated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless appliances. The large deck and spacious yard are great for entertaining or just simply family outdoor fun. The square footage does not include the office/den area, which is perfect if you work from home or just could use additional living space.
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Saturday
June 01 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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Location: 4 Belmore Street, Merrimac, MA 01860    Get Directions

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100 Main Street, Rowley, MA 01969

Single-Family

$629,777
Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
If you've dreamed of owning a piece of history. Luck is in your favor. The Mighill-Perley House built in 1730... This second period home has been meticulously cared for and is looking for new owners. Located on Rowley Common, just minutes from the commuter rail to Boston, and also minutes from Ipswich (Cranes Beach & Castle) and Newburyport (Plum Island). This home is a perfect blend of period detail and modern updates. The one car garage and two-story barn help complete the picture. The meticulously maintained yard, plantings, and gardens make this a "to die for" home... It is a definite must see! 1st showings will be at the OH 6/2 1:30-3 Brief History Intro: The MIGHILL-PERLY HOUSE ON THE CORNER OF MAIN AND INDEPENDENT STREETS (SOUTH END OF THE ROWLEY COMMON). Built by Nathaniel Mighill in 1730 this home has natural crook oak rafters reaching from the eaves to ridge. Very well maintained with beautiful landscapes and gardens.
Open House
Sunday
June 02 at 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 100 Main Street, Rowley, MA 01969    Get Directions

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If you've dreamed of owning a piece of history. Luck is in your favor. The Mighill-Perley House built in 1730... This second period home has been meticulously cared for and is looking for new owners. Located on Rowley Common, just minutes from the commuter rail to Boston, and also minutes from Ipswich (Cranes Beach & Castle) and Newburyport (Plum Island). This home is a perfect blend of period detail and modern updates. The one car garage and two-story barn help complete the picture. The meticulously maintained yard, plantings, and gardens make this a "to die for" home... It is a definite must see! 1st showings will be at the OH 6/2 1:30-3 Brief History Intro: The MIGHILL-PERLY HOUSE ON THE CORNER OF MAIN AND INDEPENDENT STREETS (SOUTH END OF THE ROWLEY COMMON). Built by Nathaniel Mighill in 1730 this home has natural crook oak rafters reaching from the eaves to ridge. Very well maintained with beautiful landscapes and gardens.

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