April 07, 2013
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Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe
The Cook-Kimball House is an example of historic Salem's Federal period of architecture.
This 202-year-old home features a 344-square-foot family/dining room as part of its 4,776 square-foot layout.
This 180-square-foot eat-in kitchen has the original fireplace with beehive oven and coal shoot. It is one of two full kitchens.
The original spiral staircase still has carvings from 19th-century architect Samuel McIntire.
All 10 fireplaces, such as this one in the master bedroom, work. The home also has a library with built-in shelves.
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