The Boyd House from cir 1750, originally built by the Fench family, is a rare Seabrook 1st Period Center Chimney two-from deep double house colonial with many original features intact. Features include five working fireplaces, including two kitchen fireplaces with beehive ovens, period trim and built in closets and cupboards, indian shutters on original 9 over 6 window lites on first floor. Bonus includes second butler's staircase and laundry hookups on second floor as well as in basement. House also has a legal accessory apartment on second floor, but can easily be converted back to single family with a bit of imagination and ingenuity. And all this within minutes of ocean and beaches. Bring your ideas and craftsmanship and live within history.