Worcester’s oldest house sells

Worcester’s Oldest Home is Up for Sale

Worcester’s oldest house is now off the market – and for a house over 300 years old. the buyers got a good deal in this market. Dating back to 1717, the home at 136 Plantation St. was built on 150 acres of land granted to the Flag family by the King of England. From the wide pine floorboards to the log beams in the basement and the three-sided fireplace, it really is a step back in colonial times. And it’s actually in pretty good condition. “Insulation done, new heating system, electrical updated, plumbing updated but kept as much of the character as possible,” said real estate agent Joe Abramoff. The house was on the market for $339.00 and it sold for $329,000.

Worcester’s oldest house is now off the market – and for a house over 300 years old. the buyers got a good deal in this market.

Dating back to 1717, the home at 136 Plantation St. was built on 150 acres of land granted to the Flag family by the King of England.

From the wide pine floorboards to the log beams in the basement and the three-sided fireplace, it really is a step back in colonial times.

And it’s actually in pretty good shape.

“Insulation was done, new heating system, electricity updated, plumbing updated, but kept as much of the character as possible,” said real estate agent Joe Abramoff.

The house was for sale for $339.00 and sold for $329,000.

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