Salem, Massachusetts

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Halloween is right around the corner and it’s my favorite holiday! This day combines 2 of my favorite things. Scares and sweets! Plus you buy candy, as opposed to making a family meal, there’s minimal house cleaning necessary, and little to no travel time.

Salem, Massachusetts, is well known for the Salem Witch Trials in 1692. It’s also the location of this brightly colored home on the market. Salem. Witch trials. Halloween. See how I tied that all together? Here are the amenities:

Amenities:

  • 2326 square feet
  • Built in 1848
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1.5 bathrooms
  • 5 fireplaces
  • High ceilings
  • 3 season porch
  • Sprinkler system

Here are my favorite photos of this Greek Revival style home. Click here to see the complete listing, or visit Realtor.com to find your dream home.

Built for Reverend James Conway 1848
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Love all the colors in this stairway.
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My home has similar baseboards and doorway woodwork.
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Photo compliments of Realtor.com
Check out the contrast of the white woodwork on the tan wall.
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Love the exposed brick.
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Photo compliments of Realtor.com
Love, love, love this screened in porch!
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Is that a cellar door next to the stairs? So cool!
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Discalimer: I am not the owner of this property. The home featured in this blog is for entertainment only. If you are interested in purchasing this home or want more information please click here to contact the broker.

Published by sizemore18

One of the reasons I fell in love with my husband was his passion for traveling. As a stay at home mother and stepmother, I look forward to vacations just as much as the working man. Traveling can be exhausting so I've dedicated this blog to share my own experiences and make your next trip as relaxing as possible.

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