c. 1650/c. 1735 – Hingham, MA – $429,900

319-north-sta quiet lane set above historic North Street, this 17th century Colonial is one of the oldest homes in Hingham. Town records have the year built date of 1650. The house was moved to its present location circa 1735. Eight generations of Lincolns lived there for 250 years, from 1735 to 1939. The house is sited on Mars Hill, a spur of Baker’s Hill. There is original detail throughout. Features include 5 fireplaces, 3 staircases, period details, original wood floors and crown molding, walk up attic, and pantry. There is natural gas heat and town sewer. Bring your builder/architect to view for transforming this Hingham historical treasure. The house is being sold ‘as is.’ This is a prime location near Hingham Square, shops, restaurants, the South Shore Country Club and golf course. An easy walk to Greenbush commuter rail or minutes to the Ferry and Shipyard. Coastal living with easy city access.

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