The C. Henry Kimball House is an historic house at 295 Washington Avenue in Chelsea, Massachusetts. The 2-1/2 story wood frame house was built c. 1896, and is one of the city's finest Queen Anne Victorian houses. It was built by Charles Henry Kimball, an innovative businessman who developed heated vehicles, revolutionizing the transport of potatoes. He was also a major figure in the development of Chelsea's wholesale fruit and produce exchange. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. Here is your last chance to own in this magnificent piece of historical provenance for a very affordable price. The condo is over 2,000 square feet, so the price per foot is very low; However that will leave room for the renovations. Open Houses every Sat and Sun from 2-3PM until the condo is under agreement. The home is in Wikipedia, so be sure to check it out! The period details are amazing such as the inlaid floors, fireplaces, moldings and more.
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