Natick's Historic Robert Jenison House Is Put On Market

Photo: Courtesy of the National Register of Historic Places.

NATICK, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — If you're collector of antiques, an old home in Natick that was recently put on the housing market may catch your eye. The Robert Jenison House, built in 1738, is one of the town's oldest buildings, and it's been listed for $1.25 million.

According to the National Register of Historic Places the house on 1 Frost Street was originally part of a 200-acre plot of land that was purchased from the indigenous people in Natick in the late 17th century, though the property has since shrunk to 1.72 acres on the current listing.

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Jenison served as town selectman and captain of a militia company around the time of the house's construction. The outbuilding on the property is reportedly the site where the 18th Vice President of the United States, Henry Wilson, learned to make shoes.

The remodeled home is more than 3,200 square feet with four bedrooms, three baths, and a two-car garage.

The Stephen Evers, the Chair of the Natick Historical Commission, and his family currently own the house that's been restored to have heating, hot water, and an updated kitchen.

WBZ's Shari Small (@ShariSmallNews) reports.

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