This Federal style home is located in Salem's McIntire Historic District. The Bott-Fabens home is said to be the oldest house on the street. Chestnut Street is reputed to be "The most beautiful street in America." Around 1846 Nathaniel Hawthorne lived there with his family while working at the Salem Custom House shortly before he wrote "The Scarlet Letter". The property has retained its original architectural character and features 8 fireplaces, original wood floors, high ceilings and three levels of living space. Roof approx. 10 yrs.,circuit breakers and updated furnace.This diamond in the rough has potential to be brought back to its original splendor. Courtyard space with additional 1 car parking. Home is registered in the National Register of Historic Places. See listing MLS 72178765 for more details
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