This early American Colonial, circa 1725 located at 153 Bay Road, is filled with original detail including a large center chimney and six fireplaces. It has wide plank floors, raised paneling, original interior doors and hardware and unpainted woodwork throughout. This house, while livable, is ready for a qualified restoration. It is set on two acres with small carriage barn and shed. The property includes mature specimen trees and plantings on a level two acre lot bounded by stone walls. Additional land is available.
This home, which has four bedrooms, two full bathrooms and 2,728, spent 62 days on the market and was sold June 29.
Take your guess on the closing price. And please, don't cheat! We'll give you the answer in next Thursday's question, but if you're anxious, you can check your answer with New England Moves.
Last week’s answer: Out of 32 guesses, seven guessed correctly that 152 N. Worcester St., Norton sold for $340,000. While 28 percent of readers guessed that the answer was $355,000, the majority at 31 percent selected $325,900.