Captain Pollard's Flintlock Farm

327 Still River Road, Route #110
$ 1,265,000
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Contact Agent
Contact namePhil Wilson
Contact phone978-456-8253
Year built1782
TypeResidential
Condition Move in ready
Architectural Styles Georgian
Home area3,950 sqft
Lot Area16.4 acres
Beds4
Baths3

Description

Stand-out historic New England colonial farm estate in a stand-out town! This historic property is not yet listed on the National Register of Historic Places, but it could be based on the new owners' interests. This property is NOT located in an historic district. This property is zoned Agricultural / Residential so it is ideal for a residence, working farm, ranch, educational agri-tourism business or all of these! Captain Pollard's Flintlock Farm is located in the Town of Harvard, Massachusetts, in the hamlet of Still River. Harvard is known for the first settlement of the Shakers and today the town boasts one of the best school systems in the state. The property consists of a rare Georgian “Double house” which is both a well preserved and a fully updated 18th century Colonial home circa 1782. It represents both an important historic landscape which has been kept essentially unchanged for over two centuries, including a massive Sycamore tree believed to be the third oldest in the Commonwealth, and for its fine Georgian architectural style. The grounds include a landscape of mature trees, a pond, graceful garden areas and cleared pasture-lands along with a double English Banked Barn circa 1830, suitable for large animals or for adaptive reuse for hobbyists of all kinds. NOTE: All showings subject to a verifiable bank account reference and availability of funds via a bank officer.

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Additional Buildings / Amenities

  • Barn/Stable
  • Carriage House
  • Dock/Pier
  • Finished Basement
  • Gazebo
  • Greenhouse
  • Guest Cottage