Listing agent Kevin Lawless from Stone Ridge Properties, Inc.
The Woodman-Titcomb House c. 1685, rare First Period Antique Colonial in the heart of Newburyport, is emblematic of the area’s early origins. Built by Ichabod Woodman, grandson of Edward Woodman, one of the first settlers to arrive in Newburyport in 1635. Originally located on Merrimac Street, the house was moved in 1777 to its present location. Cathedral ceiling, skylights and solarium bring abundant natural light to kitchen area. The primary architectural features of the First Period have been carefully preserved and remain intact, including beautifully chamfered summer beams, oak post & beam frame with decorative stops, gunstock corners, very rare cove cornice at the front overhang, wide pumpkin pine floors and paneling, Indian shutters and large center chimney with 4 fireplaces and cook oven. The antiquity of this home is complemented by a herringbone brick driveway and a delightful Beacon Hill-style back yard and pergola. 6 Rooms, 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths.
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