The seven-room, 1,759-square-foot Colonial at 162 Maple Street in Lexington dates from around 1790—about 15 years after the town hosted the American Revolution’s first shots—but various parts of it have been updated in the last couple of years.
To name a few: There’s a new back shed, a new gas stove, a new roof, and a new half-bath. The furnace is also new as is the house’s conversion to natural gas.
The spread is on sale through Barrett Sotheby’s for $780,000 following a $40,000 price-chop. That’s new, too.
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