This converted cottage is located in Beverly’s Fosters Point neighborhood and includes its own pier that extends into the Danvers River. The home features maple cabinetry, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances and has many original details, including knotty pine paneling.
Located at 20 Fosters Point in Beverly, this home has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, more than 2,100 square feet of living space, and is listed at $875,000.
The property’s pier is 320 feet long and extends into the (mostly) deep waters of the nearby Danvers River.
The second floor of the cottage has two glass rectangles, each 60 square feet, that face the river and flood the entire house with light.
A view of the home from the other end of the lengthy pier.
A pair of large rectangular windows, 60 square feet each, invite plenty of light into the living room.
The living room has decorative ship lanterns, a working fireplace, and large windows with water views. Adjacent to the living room is a carpeted room with views of the water.
A working fireplace stands in the living room.
A ship’s hawser is used for crown molding, part of the cottage’s original detail.
A well-positioned staircase provides a view into the kitchen below. The kitchen has maple cabinets, long, dark granite counters, and stainless steel appliances, including a six burner gas stove.
The large master bedroom has water views and plenty of closet space.
In addition to a large soaking tub with light blue ceramic tile, the master bath also contains a separate shower and double vanity.
Two large bedrooms on the second floor are separated by a porch.
One of the home’s other bedrooms has plenty of light and a stain-glass window.