New Bedford, Massachusetts’ Historic 1805 Gilbert Russell House Pending Sale

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New Bedford, Massachusetts’ Historic 1805 Gilbert Russell House Pending Sale

$980,000 | Built 1805 | 8,528 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 2.5+ Baths | 0.51 Acres
405 County St, New Bedford, MA 02740
Price Improvement: Located at 405 County Street, the historic Gilbert Russell/Russell-Rotch Abbe House was built in 1805. Originally designed as a single-family residence for Gilbert Russell, a descendant of Joseph Russell, Duke of Bedford, who lent his name to the City of New Bedford, this architectural gem holds significant historical value. Over the years, the property underwent renovations during the mid-19th century and now proudly holds a place on the National Register of Historic Places. Presently utilized as an office building, the property offers three full floors and a functioning elevator. Forward-thinking investors will find much potential in this property. Its prime location, just a stone’s throw away from historic downtown New Bedford, perfectly positions it to benefit from the city’s burgeoning development projects. Seize the opportunity and schedule a tour.

Mathew J. Arrudamathew.arruda@compass.com • (508) 965-8683
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Photography Credit: Joshua Chopy, Chopy Media
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