1884 Howland Place Mansion Built With No Expense Spared Lists For $749,900! See Inside!
Originally built for William D. Howland (Howland Place) there were no expenses spared when this home was built. From across the street looking at the home you will notice the letter H for Howland that forms between the fireplaces and roofline. The home is located on a nice size corner lot with a patio and parking for several cars. Upon entering this home you may think you are in a Newport mansion, the foyer is roughly 20x16, and while grand in scale, the floor plan is usable with large sun-filled rooms. Many rooms feature tiled fireplaces, original details including marble sinks, and some ornate fixtures. The living area is spread out over 3 levels with the bedrooms on the 2nd and 3rd levels. The 3rd level also has a large bonus room that could be a great billiard room/family room. There is more than enough space for an Au Pair, extended family, or live-in staff. With 92 windows there is no shortage of light inside this home and 10 fireplaces to stay warm in the winter.
Charles E. Roberts Roberts Associates Real Estate Brendan Roberts
$749,900, 6 bd, 5 ba, 8,497 sqft
52 Ash St, New Bedford, MA 02740