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79 William Street, 01609 – Elm Park

A stunningly remodeled Worcester home nestled in a well-preserved historic district.  Nearby Elm Park, restaurants and shops, in the heart of our beautiful City. Built in 1904-1905 for Frank H. Robeson upon the city’s Lincoln Estate – Elm Park District which is recognized as part of the Department of the Interior’s National Historic Registry. The area extends nearly one half-mile in length and features homes constructed from the 1830’s to approximately 1930.

Listed by Dave Stead of Re/Max Advantage1, this home features over 3,800 sq.ft of living area with a charming 3rd floor apartment.  With a spec-architectural-blend of Neo-Gothic and Craftsman influences this home exudes charm and sophistication and is in the perfect location to enjoy true city living.

I caught up with Dave to get his thoughts on this listing:

“This home is one of the most incredible homes I’ve ever seen. The rare combination of unique architectural features along with master craftsmanship and quality of upgrades is something rarely seen in our market area. You’ve got to see it to believe it.”

Thank you Dave for sharing this beautiful home with us!

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