19th century Massachusetts Home - Beautiful Home Tour

Take a tour of a beautifully renovated 1800's home


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Welcome to another Sunday Open House tour! Today we're visiting a 19th century home in Massachusetts that has been beautifully restored. Many of the historic details have been preserved and the current owners have added personal touches that bring it into the 21st century. Take a look for yourself. You'll love what they've done.



The brick floor is so warm and welcoming. Perfect for an entry.




The living room is so cozy with the wingback chairs flanking the fireplace.





Such a beautiful collection of dishes in the butler's pantry.



The farmhouse sink is amazing. And all those windows keep the kitchen nice and light.



Isn't that green island fun? And those wide plank floors are dreamy.






Such a gorgeous view. The brick and stone make this outdoor space so cozy.


What's your favorite space in this beautiful home? I love it all, but my favorite is that kitchen. I'd love to cook in there. 




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Thanks for dropping by and taking the tour. Have a great week!

XOXOX,

Angie


Home originally featured here: This Old House This Old House

Photos by Greg Premru

2 comments

  1. No doubt about it, this is a beautiful home! I love the dining room with the natural light and big windows. Also the vintage silverware chandy.
    Brenda

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  2. This home is absolutely gorgeous!! I'm loving the floors, especially the brick entry. The view through the wall of kitchen windows is spectacular.
    Mary Alice

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