One of Salem's Finest Historical Homes. Featuring 5-6 Brm and 4.5 baths on over an Acre in Salem's Historic District in town. Built in 1859 by a leading abolitionist newspaper, the home even reveals a secret doorway. Rarely does a home like this with high ceilings and crown moldings come on the market. Enter the foyer with a winding Grand Staircase and elegant front door with detailed arch window above. Spectacular Living Room with beautiful cherry custom media center and a Grand Fireplace. Exquisitely customized office has imported wool carpet with cherry cabinetry & bookcases that even hides a Private Elevator. Huge Dining Room has custom plantation shutters. Cherry Kitchen has new stainless appliances and eat-in bar area. A butler’s pantry with custom built-ins off the kitchen. Upstairs find 5 large bedrooms. The MBR has an ensuite bath and a 19x7 dressing room. Hall Bath recently renovated with seamless glass shower and jetted tub, cherry cabinetry & granite counter. 3 other bedrooms 1 with a bath ensuite. Carriage House has a fabulous full apartment including a knotty pine Great Room, Kitchen, Bedroom with walk-in closet and awesome screened-in porch. Listed on the Historic Registry, the home and formal gardens were highlighted in the 1926 House Beautiful magazine. Must see all this beautiful estate has to offer. Salem is located between Pittsburgh and Cleveland...under an hour to Pittsburgh or Akron airport. Don't miss this Rare Opportunity to own this masterpiece home.
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