Restored Antique Home in Salem, Mass.

This 1810-era home has been carefully restored and renovated. Highlights include a custom-designed kitchen, a butler’s pantry, a library and a new family room.

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Photo By: Merry Fox Realty

Exterior

Set in the heart of the McIntire Historic District, this restored and renovated 1810-era home in Salem is surrounded by one of the greatest concentrations of notable pre-1900 domestic structures in the United States.

Front Door

A brick walkway leads to the front door.

Entryway

The entryway includes room for seating, so residents and guests can remove wet footwear if needed.

Living Room

Guests and family can sit in comfort in the living room of this restored home.

Sitting Area

The sitting area includes built-in shelving and storage space for dishes.

Kitchen

The galley kitchen makes efficient use of space.

Dining Nook

Enjoy breakfast or afternoon tea in the cozy dining nook.

Dining Room

The dining room evokes a sense of historic charm.

Bedroom

A vaulted ceiling gives the bedroom a sense of classic charm.

Bathroom

The master bathroom has been updated with a walk-in shower.

Second Bedroom

The second bedroom features a fireplace for keeping warm on cold Massachusetts nights.

Second Bath

The second bathroom features modern amenities with a classic look.

Patio

Enjoy a pleasant evening on the brick patio.

Landscaping

The lovely grounds were designed by a world-class landscape architect.

Historic Sign

A historic sign stands testament to the authenticity of this restored and renovated 1810-era home in Salem.

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