Dishwasher, Dryer, Range/Oven, Refrigerator, Washer & Dryer.
Bay/bow Window, Granite Counter Tops, Washer and dryer.
Fencing, Outdoor Living Space, Patio.
The Fisher-Whiting House is believed to have been built around 1661, making it the second oldest home still standing in Dedham after The Fairbanks House (1636). A secret passage behind the central chimney was used during the Revolutionary War to hide arms and contraband and later used as part of the Underground Railway. The "Punkin-pine" dining room paneling came from Holland as did the Delft tile that faces the family room fireplace. This home has been well maintained by the current owners. The kitchen was remodeled several years ago, and the plumbing and wiring in the home have been updated including a one-year-old heating system. A brick terrace at the front of the house is shaded by wisteria and the grounds have been beautifully maintained with lilacs, rose bushes, a specimen Umbrella Pine, boxwood shrubs and countless perennials. The elementary school is 2 blocks away. Behold Dedham's Legacy Place, many restaurants, supermarkets, trains to Boston, Prov. & NYC - all so close by.
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