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Listed by Gale Alger of Barrett and Valley Associates, Inc/Sprin

In 1802 Elisha Brown built this two story antique house and turned it into a Tavern which now is 117 Park Street. At Elisha Brown's death, he left his sons to be keepers of the Tavern. In 1855, Charles Holt of Parker Hill bought the property and for many years it was known as the Holt House. Following Mr. Holt's occupancy of the house, the Myron Whitcomb family owned it for 75 years. Sitting on a village lot with 2 shop buildings. 7 units, all need to be finished, 9 bedrooms, 7 baths, a total of 23 rooms. The roof is slate. 5 new furnaces and hot water tanks. There are some new vinyl windows. Electric wiring all new. Square footage is 5,652. Clapboard siding, Much needs to be done as it was in the process but owner was not able to finish the project. Has been vacant for 10 years. Close to Springfield Hospital, Schools and Plaza. 10 minutes to I-91. If you are an Antique Home Buff, you will want and to take a look at this 200 year old eccentric home.

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