Overlooking the Salem Common is this 200-year-old Federal-style mansion, known as the White Silsbee House. The home was originally built in 1811 for a sea captain and has been owned by six families since it was first constructed. During its more than two centuries of existence, the home has undergone a top-to-bottom renovation, and yet retains may of its original period details. The home is located at 33 Washington Square North in Salem and is listed for $1.5 million. The property comes with five bedrooms, three full, and one partial bath, and over 7,400 square feet of interior space.