What kind of home does your money buy in Newbury?
A market sample includes a two-family with a sunroom and three-season porch and a Colonial with a saltwater pool.
8 Lunt St.
Year built: 1875
Lot size: 0.28 acre
Baths: 3 full
Taxes: $3,891 (2018)
On the market for the first time in nearly 40 years, this roomy two-family should appeal to prospective owner-occupants. Within walking distance to Byfield Village, the 3,231-square-foot home includes a five-room unit with a three-season porch. The town house-style second unit features six rooms and a sunroom. As of press time, an offer had been accepted on this home.
Year built: 2000
Lot size: 8.4 acres
Baths: 3 full, 1 half
Taxes: $8,947 (2018)
The kitchen is new in this 3,646-square-foot Colonial and features custom cabinets, stainless-steel appliances, and leathered-granite counters. The formal dining room offers crown molding and a butler’s pantry. Other highlights: a master suite with a gas fireplace, hardwood floors, a mudroom, a screen porch, a fire pit, and a heated gunite saltwater pool.
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