The Marrett and Nathan Munroe House, built in 1729, is directly across from historic Lexington Green. If only these walls could talk! This special home has been a witness to the Battle of Lexington, Vietnam war protests, rallies, celebrations, vigils and parades. Located on a beautifully landscaped, and surprisingly large, 3/4 of an acre lot in vibrant Lexington Center. This historic home has "great bones". Features- a wide center hallway opening to a large front to back living room with paneled walls, fireplace hearth, and beams; a well proportioned formal dining room; a large master bedroom suite with sleeping porch; front and back staircases; private screened porch; brick and granite patios. This distinctive home has been carefully and lovingly maintained through the years and is an exceptional opportunity to live in the heart of Lexington and all that it offers.
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