Victorian home in Plymouth, MA asks $2.495 million

Known colloquially as “America’s Hometown,” Plymouth is certainly a very historic town. In 1623, the Pilgrims landed there and made it their home. Now, a historic home located close to the site where the Pilgrims landed has come on the market for just under $2.5 million.

The home is listed by Ashley Brennan Sotheby’s International Realty. It is a gorgeous single-family home located in a private neighborhood in Plymouth, right on the shore.

The home is 3,440 square feet, according to the listing. It has five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. While the home was originally built in 1905, it has an open floor plan on the ground floor with a lot of light and space.

While being over a century old, the home is nevertheless fully modern and livable adapting the historical style with more modern elements.

The dark green of the exterior is complement by lighter green and white shades on the inside of the home. Additional features include hardwood floors and a two car garrage.

From its roomy, wraparound porch, the home features great views of the bay and Ocean beyond. The home is located very close to the beach and to the famous landmark, Plymouth Rock.

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