Announcing Our First Pop-Up Shop/Open House

Posted by Lael Gibbs on

We finally finished the flip house; and we could not be more excited about this project. We are hosting an open house to share just how cool this historic old house is with you. We are also going to be staging the house with products from the shop to give our customers a chance to shop with us 'brick and mortar' style. So please come and visit us on October 5 and 6! The official flyer is attached below.
 Pop-Up Shop/Open House
Our newly renovated historical house is now available for rent
We have worked hard to repair and preserve the character and charm of this old home. Now we are looking for someone to move in!
Please join us for an Open House featuring a Pop-Up Shop of locally-made products.


Where:6 Garnet Rd, Roxbury
When:Saturday, October 5thand Sunday, October 6th



Are you looking for a home in the quiet, scenic hills of Roxbury?

Built in the early 1700’s, this house is loaded with charm and history from its wide planked hardwood floors to its beautifully handcrafted front door. This home contains almost all of its original features including dueling fireplaces on the first floor, one of which was originally used for household cooking and contains two ovens and stewpot crane. It features a beautiful dining room, living room, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (2 full, 1 half), the original stone basement, an office space that overlooks the yard, and an annexed, heated studio that overlooks the wooded area behind the house complete with a separate driveway. There is a modern 2-story addition to the home that holds the generous master bathroom on the second floor with both a full standing shower and a free-standing tub, and the large kitchen on the first floor which is conveniently situated between a raised deck for outdoor entertaining and a brick patio with integrated gardens throughout. Water to the house is supplied by a driven well, but the home’s original hand well is still located in the garden. The home also includes an automatic back up generator to keep it powered throughout New England’s distinct four seasons.

This house could be the perfect retreat for quiet country living, an inspirational home for an artist or history enthusiast, or a quaint, cozy family home.  

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