This expansive 4 bedroom home has 3 full and 2 half baths, and many beautiful details throughout - coffered ceilings, Brazilian cherry floors, gables, decorative arches and pillars and more. And enjoy the screened sunroom with a fireplace on summer evenings!
A charming Old Style home with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Relax on the back deck overlooking the fenced yard or on the wrap around front porch! In a great location with restaurants, parks, beaches and the train station close by.
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Spacious 5 bedroom, 4 bath home privately set on 10.3 acres and renovated in 2015. Featuring a multi-level deck overlooking the private yard, four fireplaces and an expansive master suite with sitting room, master bath and dressing room.
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27 Intervale Avenue | Peabody | $699,900 | Listing Agents: Michael McNiff and Kevin Pietrini
This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home is a newer constructed Colonial on a quiet cul-de-sac in West Peabody. It features a beautifully designed kitchen and an open concept family room with a custom gas fireplace and hardwood floors.
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One day Princess Naupaka was walking on the beach and noticed a very handsome young man standing in the water. When their eyes met, he smiled and told her his name was Kaui and she fell instantly in love with him. Naupaka went to her sister Pele to ask permission to marry Kaui. Pele told her sister she would go down to the beach the next day to meet this young man and would make her decision then.
The next day when Pele saw Kaui, she found him very pleasing and decided she wanted him for herself. Pele told Kaui he had to come live with her. Kaui replied, “I cannot for I met your sister, Princess Naupaka, the day before and I love her.” Enraged, Pele chased the couple up to the moutain, hurling fiery lava after them. Princess Naupaka, took a blossom from her hair, ripped it in two and gave Kaui half. Pele’s other gentler sisters, took pity on the young man and transformed him into the Mountain Naupaka, the same blossom Princess Naupaka was wearing in her hair. Pele then turned her vengeanceon her sister, chasing her down to the ocean. Once again her sisters intervened and transformed the princess into Beach Naupaka.
Both Naupaka plants exist today; one on the shore and the other up on the mountains, each blooming as half flowers. It is said that the lovers can be reunited when the flower of the Naupaka Kuaihiwi and the Naupaka Kahakai are joined together after they have been picked.