Katie McBride | Hopkinton Real Estate, Holliston Real Estate, Ashland Real Estate


Historic home ready for updates on approximately 7 acres with subdivision potential. This parcel of land encompasses both residential and commercial acreage and includes 71 and 71-A Hopkinton Road. The residence comes with an attached commercial lot. The home has a a great floor plan, and could be brought back to its former glory with some work and updating. All rooms are good-sized, and the home flows wonderfully. The large detached garage sits just behind the home. This parcel may be able to be subdivided. Title 5, engineering and smoke certificate to be buyer's responsibility. The large barn is in need of structural work. There are endless opportunities here for the right buyer. Bring your ideas and see what could be in store for this wonderful property.

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71 Hopkinton Road, Upton, MA 01568

Commercial

$789,000
Price

3
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
7.75
Lot Size
Historic home ready for updates on approximately 7 acres with subdivision potential. This parcel of land encompasses both residential and commercial acreage and includes 71 and 71-A Hopkinton Road. The residence comes with an attached commercial lot. The home has a a great floor plan, and could be brought back to its former glory with some work and updating. All rooms are good-sized, and the home flows wonderfully. The large detached garage sits just behind the home. This parcel may be able to be subdivided. Title 5, engineering and smoke certificate to be buyer's responsibility. The large barn is in need of structural work. There are endless opportunities here for the right buyer. Bring your ideas and see what could be in store for this wonderful property. Please do not go into barn until further notice.
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71 Hopkinton Road, Upton, MA 01568

Single-Family

$789,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Historic home ready for updates on approximately 7 acres with subdivision potential. This parcel of land encompasses both residential and commercial acreage and includes 71 and 71-A Hopkinton Road. The residence comes with an attached commercial lot. The home has a a great floor plan, and could be brought back to its former glory with some work and updating. All rooms are good-sized, and the home flows wonderfully. The large detached garage sits just behind the home. This parcel may be able to be subdivided. Title 5, engineering and smoke certificate to be buyer's responsibility. The large barn is in need of structural work. There are endless opportunities here for the right buyer. Bring your ideas and see what could be in store for this wonderful property.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses







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1. Identify the Property

Start by gathering as much information on the property as you can find. This information should include the home address, the county in which it is located and the current owner's name.

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 Research the property information with the proper county office. This can be done online or in-person. However, most public records are available online digitally. Requesting public records online can save a great deal of time but remember that you will likely have to pay additional fees to request a copy.

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This antique colonial is situated steps away from the start of the Boston Marathon and Hopkinton Town Common. Walking distance to schools! Stroll downtown for a morning coffee or evening dinner. So rare to find a home in center of town, with a great lot, on a quiet side street in this price range. Restore this home to original or update and create your own space with this blank canvas. The possibilities are endless. Wonderful quarter acre with flat back yard. Minutes to Routes 495 and the Mass Pike, and a short drive to both the Southborough or Ashland train stations. Don't miss this EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY. Home does have knob and tube wiring, and other work which needs to be done, which is reflected in the price. Being sold "as is." Smoke certificate is responsibility of the buyer.

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