Listing courtesy of Sally Cote from Keller Williams Realty
The Tenny Burnham House, built in 1805, is a true gem of historic Newburyport. This meticulously maintained attached Federal-style home offers three floors of living, five bedrooms, and features striking details such as ornate crown moldings, curved architectural lines, gleaming wide pine flooring and modern flourishes. To the left of the beautiful entryway and graceful center staircase is a bright living room with abundant space for family gatherings. An additional flexible room anchored by an elegant tile-framed fireplace opens to the stunning and spacious kitchen. Luminous granite counters and stainless appliances blend seamlessly with the antique pantry storage and cooking hearth. Natural light pours into the adjoining breakfast room which opens out to a private, fenced courtyard area with brick pavers and mature landscaping. Located just one block from downtown and close to Plum Island beaches and the MBTA, enjoy all this historic seaport town has to offer.
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