41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open house

41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open house is this Sunday.

41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open house

41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open house


Come join us at 41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open house, this Sunday, May 6, 2018 1:30 -3:00

41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open house will show you a wonderful example of how Old World charm meets today’s needs. Nestled in a quiet cul de sac, this colonial home is a perfect picture of character. A private, fenced in yard is an oasis for you and your pets. Open floor plan on the first level carries you from freshly painted room to freshly painted room. As you step in to the living room with a fireplace, you can see the sunny front porch that is now used as an office to the right and a spacious dining room with a built-in hutch, to the left. Eat in kitchen has a breakfast nook, a half bath and it’s on well-lit pantry.

41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open House

41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open House

There are nooks and closets galore! Upstairs are 3 spacious bedrooms with closets, you will need time to fill. Hardwood floors and original moldings match the old world? charm and no treasures could be complete without the glass knobs throughout the home. There are so many other beautiful feature such as the leaded window inside the brick chimney that shines through in the master that you have to come here to appreciate, so come visit this home before it’s gone!

41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open House

41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open House

41 Putnam Park Fitchburg Open house is not to be missed.

The Land surrounding Turkey Hills was a wilderness until 1718. Records of 1663 indicate that an absentee proprietor purchased this wild country and in ensuing years this property changed hands many times. Conflict with the various Indian tribes discouraged settlements in this area any closer than Lancaster. The Nashaway Indians who had never settled permanently in the vicinity fled almost completely after the unsuccessful war of King Phillip in 1675. The sparsely populated region was rich in game and provided fine hunting for Indians and whites alike. In 1718, Samuel Page cut the first clearing in what is now Groton, but it was not until 1735 that his son headed west and built his garrison in Fitchburg. The frontier was settled very slowly as hostilities between England and France encouraged Indian bounty hunters to attack isolated garrisons. In 1748 Indians carried off John Fitch and his family to Canada; the father and children returned from captivity the next year. The bloody war between France and England with its corollary of Indian hostilities lingered on until 1761. By this time the people were ready to turn their hearts and hands to peaceful productivity on their farms. To learn more about Fitchburg, click here.

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