Attention contractors/handypersons. Rare opportunity to restore one of Medford’s significant historic properties. This historic gem possesses many fine attributes & the possibility to return a City treasure back to its original luster. The Samuel Reaves House, circa 1760, is thought to be one of the City’s oldest taverns & significant as the only 1 ½ story 18th Century gambrel roof structure to survive in Medford & for its location in an early industrial center of Medford: the now sought-after Marm Simonds Historic District. (Source: Medford Historical Commission). This home sits far back on a deep narrow 11K+ sq ft lot & offers the rare balance of privacy & convenience with its easy access to major routes, buses, Commuter Rail, Medford & W. Medford Squares. A 1st floor rear addition was completed in 2000 & consists of a large eat-in kitchen, full bath & bedroom. Also boasts LR, DR, bath & home office on this spacious level. 2nd level has 2 BRs & full bath. Sold as is.