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Built in 1694, This May Be Oldest House for Sale in the Country | realtor.com®

New England is full of remnants of America’s past. Whether they’re battlegrounds or historic monuments, there are stories around nearly every corner. And in a state full of history, this Massachusetts home just might be the oldest house currently on the market in the entire country.

Built in 1694, this Georgetown home is a classic example of First Period architecture. For the relatively modest price of $549,900, you can claim ownership of the three-bedroom, 2.5-bath property known as the Dickinson-Pillsbury-Witham House. It sits on an 8.5-acre lot, which also comes with an 18th-century barn and shed.




Past owners expanded the home on two occasions. A chimney and rooms on one side, including a distinctive enclosed staircase, formed the original structure of the home. Rooms were added on the other side of the home in the years after it was built. In the 19th century, there was a second, larger addition.


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