Maribeth Marzeotti's Blog
275 Main St, Oxford, MA 01540
The Taft House is a Queen Anne Victorian built in 1904 by William Taft in Oxford, MA. This home has been lovingly restored by the current owner, and has over 4000 sq ft of living area that is graced with period details, while preserving the history of the times. Many original features remain, such as the stained glass windows, gorgeous ornate woodwork, original fixtures & gleaming hardwood floors. With 2 staircases, 14 rooms, up to 7 BRs (5 BR septic), 2 offices (one has a private entrance) and a game room, the home also has the comforts for modern living with an updated kitchen (cherry cabinets by Brunehan, corian counters, Viking stove, SubZero fridge), propane fireplaces, udpated heating, electric and plumbing. Each bedroom has a walk-in closet, some cedar closets. A 3-season room overlooks the professionally landscaped yard. A second building behind accommodates a professional office with an apartment above. A heated 2 car garage finishes off this extraordinary property.