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Historic home in the heart of Mansfield - Built in 1820, this home has strong bones and lots of character. First floor contains oversized & open kitchen overlooking the front yard and driveway. Off the kitchen is a formal dining room and living room, as well as a first floor bedroom and full bath. Upstairs are three additional bedrooms and additional full bath. Off the back of the kitchen is a small patio overlooking the seemingly endless backyard, lined with mature trees that provide ample privacy. Minutes to Commuter Rail, shopping, dining, and highway access. This home was originally built in 1820 as the Mansfield Train Station and is believed to have been visited by none other than Congressman Abraham Lincoln on his 1848 tour of Massachusetts! A truly historic home that is not to be missed.

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Listed by James Thrasher of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty

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