Let your imagination run wild restoring this piece of Lynnfield history to the showplace it once was! Charm, simplicity and historical appeal in a desirable commuter location, it’s the Deacon Daniel Mansfield House. Built in 1740 by the Deacon and wife Lydia, with its 8ft ceilings, wide pine floors, 5 Fireplaces and almost 2000sqft of living space, it was dubbed “Daniels Mansion”. This landmark property, would later become known around town as the “Pickle House”, when the Sheehan family sold local pickles from a lean-to off the barn! The home is a perfect snapshot of history, with character rich details, built-ins, center chimney, hand-hammered latches and classic layout. PLUS, considered an upgrade at the time, a built in clothes closet half way up the main stairway deep enough for multiple garments! Yard space is glorious – with ample front and rear lawns, a variety of mature landscaping, fruit trees & gardeners area. PLUS extra rooms off garage for hobby/workout or office space.
|Address:||938 Salem St|