PHOTOS: The Perfect Home for History Buffs

This Medford home, which just came on the market, was built before the Revolutionary War.

Credit: Deb Agliano, Re/Max Andrew Realty
Credit: Deb Agliano, Re/Max Andrew Realty

Want to live in the presence of American history?

A Medford home (pictured above), which was built in 1765, just came on the market for $600,000.

The home, aka The Charles Brooks House, is at 309 High St. in Medford. It’s been updated with stainless steel appliances in a new kitchen, central air and a new roof – but it still has some of its original features, including six fireplaces.

Charles Brooks was an author who wrote “History of the Town of Medford.”

Fact sheet:

  • Address: 309 High St.
  • Price: $600,000
  • Style: Late Georgian/Federal
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Living area: 2,550 sq. ft.
  • Lot size: 0.63 acres
  • Year built: 1765
  • Listed by: Deb Agliano, Re/Max Andrew Realty


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