South Washington Street is in the next town over. This street was once home to many of the owners of the large jewelry manufacturers that were prevalent here from the late 1800s until he mid 20th century. Part of this street is now a National Historic District, but because the town has no by-laws governing historic structures there are no restrictions on the owners. Fortunately most of the owners have avoided the aluminum and vinyl.
I sold this house and the house below is the house next door . At the time they were the most expensive houses ever sold in town $550,000.
My how times have changed !
and this house
yes, it is as great as it looks. 2 acre rear yard with pool, tennis courts. It has been refreshed on the inside by the very talented builder that purchased it in 2000.
Across the street is the home of a former co-worker. Never went inside, but suffice to say it is probably gorgeous
This is the oldest house on the street
This house is on a side street. It is my favorite house that I have ever sold and I have sold it twice.
Don't you love this tree? House next to last house
Same side street
Don't forget Melissa's Holiday party at TheInspired Room.wordpress.com
We don't have many stucco houses except this one small street
Not many brick houses either. Halloween decor in yard
Back on So. Washington St.
Should Friday be "Tour Day"?
Let me know. See you at Melissa's