Well-maintained doll house in Green school district. 3 BR's, 2 baths. 2 fireplaces. Hardwood floors under carpet in bedrooms, hall and living room. Basement. Private lot with mature trees. Kitchen appliances stay. 24X24 detached garage with 12 ft. ceilings, 10X10 garage door and a standard garage door. 14X17 deck. Kinetico water softener. Seller offering a 1-year America's Preferred Home Warranty.
Oge House - Mathis Room: This large room offers a flat-panel TV with cable & DVD player, antique walnut furnishings including a French chaise for reclining with a good book, electric fireplace, ceiling fan, access to the 3rd floor veranda with wicker seating and view of downtown skyline and the Tower of the Americas, views of the front lawn and veranda, heart-of-pine floor with Oriental rug and tiled bathroom with combination tub and shower.
Jackson House - Room 5: This cheerful room features views of downtown skyline and Tower of the Americas, gas fireplace with antique mantelpiece, flat-panel TV with cable & DVD player, cozy, cushioned window seat overlooking the front garden, and marble bathroom features tiled shower with seat (no bathtub).
The Fireplace Feast is just one of our many dining events that provides an authentic colonial experience. At Salem Cross Inn, we capture the history and culture of 1700′s America. Salem Cross Inn’s dining events, excellent cuisine, and atmosphere have been featured on Food Network’s “The Best Of,” WCVB TV5 Boston’s “Chronicle” and chosen as the “Hidden Jewel” by Boston’s Phantom Gourmet and WGBY.
According to the Chimney Safety Institute of America there as several reasons why it is important to remove ashes. 1) if the layer of ashes is deep enough that it comes into contact with the grate… the grate may burn out resulting in a much shorter life span than normal. 2) a very deep layer of ashes reduces the volume of wood that can be placed in the fireplace (or wood stove).