Even though the home has been restored and brought into the 21st century, there are still pieces of 19th century details that we love, such as the original wide plank hardwood floors and glass pane windows.
In 2005, the property sold for $1.57 million and the current house was finished three years later in 2008. Though it’s been available to rent in the past, this is the first time that it’s come on the sales market.
Built in 2012, the home is still quite new and offers modern features and conveniences such as walls of floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding doors that open to allow for indoor-outdoor living between the living room and the exterior patios.
Inside a cozy 2,000 square feet, there are three bedrooms and three bathrooms, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, a stone fireplace in the great room, and a home theater on the finished lower level.
Located at 168 Main Street, the home is right on Captain’s Row and was last asking $5.5 million, down from the original $6.7 million that it was listed for when it came on the market in November of 2017.
Built in 1840, the home at 31 Hampton Street once belonged to Captain Daniel Smith. It’s been available to rent over the last few years, but this is the first time since 2007 that it’s been on the sales market.
Because there’s such a limited amount of space inside, the cottage only has two bedrooms and two bathrooms—but the second-floor lofted area is currently being staged as a master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom.
During the prohibition era of the 1920s, this house is rumored to have served as a place where the owner was "rum-running" out of a 3-bay garage on the property that he specifically built for his bootlegging.
Spanning a decent 6,700 square feet in size, there are four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. According to the listing, the house has been "re-envisioned and added onto" more than once, but was totally refurbished in 2012.
Off the first-floor junior master suite is not just an outdoor shower, but an outdoor bathtub as well. We love how the suite leads out to the gardens and outdoor bathing space through French doors off the bathroom.
The kitchen is sizable, but there isn’t a whole lot of countertop space. We’re thinking the new owner will want to keep the kitchen’s square footage but change the layout to maximize the room and make it more functional.
It’s recently undergone a total renovation and has interior features like a two-story great room, a chef’s kitchen, a wood-paneled library with a fireplace, and an entry foyer. A finished lower level hosts a guest room and spa-like bathroom.