The bones of the eight-room, six-fireplace house at 309 High Street in Medford’s Marm Simonds Historic District date from around 1765, a decade before the American Revolution kicked off in Lexington.
The 2,550-square-foot pile has, of course, been thoroughly updated during the past quarter-millennium, and is on sale now through Maura Hayes Campbell for $847,000.
The house includes an addition with its own separate entrance, bedroom, and full bathroom; there’s also an expansive backyard.
Have a look around. What’d you think?
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