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A 3-acre farm with a house from 1795 in Springs now $160K cheaper

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Originally listed for $1.75 million, it’s now $1.59 million

Photo credit: Craig Macnaughton, courtesy of Halstead

Back in May, Curbed featured a 3-acre equestrian farm on Springs Fireplace Road as a PriceSpotter. At the time, it was listed for $1.75 million for the entire property—including the historic home that was built in 1795. After its second price cut since coming on the market, the property is now asking $160,000 less, listed for $1.59 million.

Our readers seemed to like the home but thought it needed some work. Since we featured the PriceSpotter, it looks like the property has gotten some new photos taken as there are now images of the kitchen, dining room, and bedrooms. The interiors look refreshed, but the downside is that the ceilings in the bedrooms look very low.

In 2,400 square feet, there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, wood-burning fireplaces in the living and dining rooms, a second-floor office, and a third-floor space. Outside, the property has a meadow, mature trees, and multiple outbuildings that could be used as stables, workshops, or studios.

In 2015, the property sold for $996,000. Jennifer Linick from Halstead Real Estate represents the listing.

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