William Caldwell House

It’s Monday, and we thought everyone could use some positive vibes from the William Caldwell house in Ipswich, Mass.

In 1733, Caldwell bought one half of Thomas Lull’s estate in and acquired the rest of it 20 years later. He probably built this house after the 1733 purchase.

Some 200 years later, Caldwell heirs still owned the house. Key features of the home include a large kitchen fireplace and exceptional period trim.

40 High St. Ipswich

During the 1950s, the house was restored by Earl Newton, and then was renovated by James LaVereiere in 1985.

The current owners exude love with messages of inclusion on flags, signs and painted rocks outside, and we are here for it.

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