Gorgeous c.1840 Greek Revival home offering five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, first floor bedroom or den, and second floor master suite. Open, light-filled kitchen and family room opens to a deck and private, well-landscaped back yard with a fabulous screened in "pavilion". The formal living and dining rooms boast deep, original moldings and marble-faced fireplaces, wood floors, and high ceilings.
This rare, historic property includes the meticulously and thoroughly restored 3,500 square foot house and a true post and beam two-story barn, all sited on nearly half acre private lot in a wonderful neighborhood in the heart of the Village. Beautiful and desirable South Street is both quiet and convenient to schools, shops and the harbor. The current owners have been devoted stewards of this historic property.
Many improvements include the true post and beam barn (1989), slate and copper roof, custom kitchen with Viking and Wolfe appliances, natural gas boiler (2016), and full-house automatic generator. The private lot has been beautifully landscaped and extensive hardscape includes driveway pavers and patio.
Ship Captain Perez N. Blanchard built the house at 49 South Street in 1840 for his family. The Captain, his wife, and seven children resided in the Yarmouth Village house where he became a leading ship builder along with his father and brothers. An extraordinary offering in Yarmouth Village.
Property Features Include: Historic Home, 1 fireplace, a detached two-car post and beam barn, off-street parking, forced hot water heat, public water, full, unfinished basement
Interior Features Include: crown moldings, wood floors
Built in: 1840
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Roof: Slate and membrane roof.
Architectural Style: Greek Revival
Lot Acres: .5