The Joseph Story house at 26 Winter Street in Salem MA is on the market for $1,975,000. The Federal Style home was built for Joseph Story in 1811 who became the youngest supreme court justice to date in the same year. The home recently had an extensive renovation that includes the installation of a geothermal energy system. The house is the first National Historic Landmark residence to receive a LEED certification.


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Spanning three centuries of architecture, the Joseph Story House has prevailed through distinctive eras in our history-the Age of Exploration, Age of Innovation & Age of Technology. This exquisite 1811 Federal home is the first LEED certified National Historic Landmark. This unique property underwent a total renovation with a cost of over $2 Million. This luxury residence features 5 beds 4 F & 3 H baths, elevator & the option of adjacent guest suites and separate au pair apartment.This incredibly versatile home can be used for entertaining on any scale, while also allowing for today’s family lifestyle. Walk to Salem sites including the Common, Peabody Essex Museum, Shops, Restaurants & an abundance of cultural & intellectual activities. An easy commute to Boston via car, commuter rail or ferry, & a quick ride to Logan Airport. Deep water moorings & marina dock space available. Salem Sound connects the picturesque harbors or Salem, Marblehead, Beverly, & Manchester-by-the-Sea.

Source: Estately