Since this is listed as an historic place, is the owner allowed to make change or renovation in the property?

Asked by Ginybel Belgira, Belmont, MA Fri May 1, 2009

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Deb Nicholls, Agent, Concord, MA
Sat May 2, 2009
King Street in Littleton is not part of an historic district, and there don't appear to be any restrictions on the deed. But any renovations you might do would still be subject to the towns building codes, required permits, etc. You should have your aegnt check into any other restrictions. If you aren't using an agent, then ask the listing agent. (Also, this house is now $299K)

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Scott A. Nel…, , 02155
Fri May 1, 2009
You would have to check with the local inspectional services, historic committee, deed etc. to see what exact requirements or restrictions there might be. Some could be minor, others fairly complex. You'll need real expertise to make sure you understand exactly what the property entails.

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