Long live the Queen Anne! The Frances Merrick Lincoln House built in 1890, located in Worcester’s Lincoln Estate-Elm Park historic district. Listed with the Massachusetts Historical Commission and the National Register of Historic Places. Former Parsonage of the First Universalist Church of Worcester. A well maintained home (updated utilities and roof), 2,921 sf, 8 large rooms, 2.5 baths. 1st floor: Mahogany flooring, high ceilings with crown moldings. Foyer with arched window, leading to the den, dining room and living room. Large kitchen with stainless steel electric appliances, tiled flooring, tin ceiling, large sunny pantry, and guest WC. 2nd floor: Oak hardwood flooring throughout. 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths with claw foot tub/shower. Walk-up attic. Full basement with bulkhead, washroom and WC.
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