“Which Andover Home Would You Buy” is an Andover News feature where we pick three Andover homes for sale in a certain price range. Readers then vote on the home they would buy if they were in the market.
It’s no secret that Andover has its fair share of expensive homes. This week, we look at three of the most expensive houses currently for sale in Andover. You can also check out last week’s winner, when we looked at for sale houses close to Andover’s median home price of $829,500.
After taking a look at the houses for sale, you can vote for your favorite home. Results will be posted in the next edition of “Which Andover Home Would You Buy?”
64 Central Street, $2.8 million
Spread out in six bedrooms within walking distance of Downtown. There’s a heted, salt water swimming pool surrounded by a lush lawn. There’s an eat-in kitchen and space for a gym or home office. The primary suite is spacious and has a granite bathroom with a soaking tub. The Victorian has period details, 11-foot ceilings and a wrap-around deck with a screened-in porch.
7 Trevino Circle, $2.6 million
The 6,000 square foot Colonial is in the Andover Country Club neighborhood and has a chef’s kitchen with a ceiling-high marble backsplash, island and butler’s pantry. There are five-bedrooms, including a first-floor suite. The primary suite has his and hers walk-in closests and a soaaking tub. Outside there’s a swimming pool, fire pit and lounge area.
32 Bancroft Road, $2.9 million
Situated on 1.5 acres, 32 Bancroft, this house offers 4.5 bths and four bedrooms. The house was builtin 2004 and features a gourmet kitchen with a Tuscan stone sink, custom cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances. There are vaulted ceilings, expansive windows and intricate moldings. There’s a fireplace in the primary suite, and a home-office overlooking the property.
It’s your turn to vote! Cast your vote in the poll below and, if you’d like, let us know why the home you chose is your favorite. Results of the poll will be shared the next time we play “Which Andover Home Would You Buy?”
Last Week’s WinnerLast week, readers preferred 6 Saint James Drive #6, the biggest and most expensive house we looked at. The detached townhouse has three bedrooms and 3.5 baths, as well as a living room with high ceilings, hardwood floors and a gas fireplace, among other features.
In turns out, buyers agreed: the house went under agreement on Tuesday, June 20.
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