This federal-style home could fulfill any kid’s dream with its candy-colored playroom, built to look like a stone castle in one corner and boasting a wall of chalkboard in another. There’s also a raised stage for musicians-in-the-making, and little islands for crafts.
But that’s only half the fun.
Sitting on 1.02 acres, the backyard offers multiple decks, an in-ground heated swimming pool, and a sprawling space ideal for hosting events or the occasional pick up sports game, according to the listing agent Chris Roy of Compass.
The single-family home was built in 1812 and is located at 126 Main St. in Hingham, priced at $2,795,000.
“This home has incredible curb appeal and has been meticulously maintained with features that are guaranteed to catch the eye,” Roy said in the listing.
The entryway, featuring high ceilings and vivid, green-ivy wallpaper, leads to an open layout that winds between the kitchen, a living room with a gas fireplace, a dining room complemented by a shimmering chandelier, and a family room with a wood-burning fireplace.
Upstairs, the master bedroom highlights a marble, wood-burning fireplace, a bathroom with a walk-in shower, a soaking tub, and another fireplace. The second floor also houses four other bedrooms, each situated with windows filtering in natural light.
Aside from the playroom, there’s a recreational space with hardwood floors that opens out onto a deck.
On the lower level, the home offers a partially finished basement with a full bathroom.
The property comprises five bedrooms, four bathrooms, two half bathrooms, and 7,855 square feet of living space.
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