The current owner—and now would-be seller—of the approximately 2,500-square-foot house at 55 Perkins Street in Salem bought the old shoe factory in 2003, and converted it into its current brick-and-beam splendor.
That splendor can be yours through Paul Santucci for $549,000.
Touches include red oak floors, a gas-fired Franklin stove, and those aforementioned bricks and beams. There’s also plenty of room, plus parking—1,925 square feet of the two-story, two-bedroom house is living space, with the rest garage.
Plus, it’s the perfect time of year to be in Salem anyway.
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