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This Week's Featured Home
Set along lower Elm Street, this early Colonial home is as rich in history as it is in style and charm. Graciously expanded and thoughtfully updated over the years, its 18th century character still vividly shines through today. Inside, the painted warm tones blend perfectly with the hardwood floors and moldings. Newer appliances adorn the spacious, oversized kitchen and compliment its historic large fireplace and beehive bake oven. Views of the colorful gardens are an instant connection to the outdoors. Formal dining and living rooms, each with fireplaces, are accessed from the kitchen. Two first floor bedrooms, a full bath, and a laundry room complete the first floor spaces. A walk up the front stair leads to a center hall flanked by two large, fireplaced bedrooms. Accessible from the kitchen staircase are a third bedroom, a full bath, and a lovely office. Outside, a brick patio and two sheds accompany mature gardens, trees, and grassy fields. Boston and Worcester are both commutable.
475 Elm Street, Marlborough, MA
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Justin and Samantha Huddleson, Concord, MA
"Buying and selling a house can be stressful, and I can't imagine doing it with anyone but Richard Wilcox. His strategy and counsel were impeccable over the more than three months during which he served as both our Buyers' and Sellers' Agent. Richard provided the knowledge, experience, and reassurance we needed to buy with confidence in Concord, MA, and to sell our Colonial era home, in Wayland, MA...which we would have greatly undervalued without his expert advice. We cannot say enough about his patience and professionalism. Our entire buying and selling experiences were nearly perfect, and Richard played a very, very large part in that perfection."
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