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Single Family
$385,000
12 On The Common
Royalston, MA 01368
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4Beds
2Baths
2,857Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$2,087/mo

Motivated Sellers! Welcome to the idyllic Royalston Common! Steeped in history, the Jonathan Sibley House, named for Capt. Jonathan Sibley and built by his wife after his death in 1810, was once also home to the local mercantile and post office, some historic pieces of which are still housed in the attached addition. This beautiful Federal Colonial offers 3 (could be 4) bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, dining room, foyer, sitting room, lovely pine flooring, several fireplaces, lots of closet space, an attached barn/garage, and a location that will whisk you back in time to a century when life was simpler. The Royalston Common Historic District, laid out in 1752, is said to be the best surviving example of an 18th-century town center in the state. This home stands proud to be a part of that tradition. Want to be the next owner of this piece of Royalston history? Whether year-round or occasional home, you won't be disappointed. Call for a showing today!

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