Robert A Stallard
RE/MAX Advantage
Robert Stallard, Patricia Marcotte, and Patrick Maguire

Cell Mail: 978 808 5938
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Bob Stallard is transitioning to the Northshorist Group
Robert A. Stallard

RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate
100 Cummings Center Suite 104F,
Beverly, MA 01915
Cell 978 808 5938
Office Fax: 978 927 2856
Office 978 927 9100

For over 25 years my strategy is to listen carefully to your needs and concerns. With my experience in changing markets, my advanced technology, and my commitment to placing my clients' goals first, you too may maximize profit, and minimize problems.

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101 Topsfield Road, Wenham MA.
9 room, 3 bedroom, 2 bath Ranch on 2 plus acres. $475,000. call Bob Stallard for details - 978 808 5938.

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First Open House Sunday 12:30 to 2PM. Showing start 12/11/15. Bigger on the inside than it looks from the outside, this 1950s ranch is perfect for young families interested in the excellent Hamilton-Wenham school system or empty nesters looking for a more comfortable living space. The original three-bedroom, one-bath house has been expanded and renovated over the years, the biggest change being a 14x28 foot two-story addition on back with second bathroom. Other improvements include a two-tier deck offering woodland views, a circular driveway for extra parking, Andersen windows and doors throughout, and the finishing of the lower level of the addition into an office or possible 4th BR. Located on Route 97, recreation and solitude are right outside your door: the privacy of a 2-acre backyard where no houses can be built (conservation land) plus a town park (tennis, basketball) and 165 Acre Cedar Pond Sanctuary right across the street.

Cedar Pond

Cedar Pond Wildlife Sanctuary A cross the street from 101 Topsfield Road is Cedar Pond Wildlife Sanctuary. It is a real gem, a wonderful area for birding and “passive” recreation – it is really a wildlife sanctuary first and foremost. The Sanctuary is a 165-acre retreat which protects a kettle hole pond, numerous smaller isolated pools and pondy wetlands, and a landscape of knolls and basins which was sculpted by the last glacier.

This is a place where you can picture the dynamic nature of the time when this area was covered by thousands of feet of ice. Imagine a huge block of ice broken off the glacier and partially buried in the soil, leaving the pond’s basin filling with water as the earth warmed. And within the glacier as it melted, streams of melting water dropped their loads of sediments in snaky patterns on the earth – forming the eskers which are the curving ridges at this sanctuary.

The Cedar Pond area includes numerous small ponds and wetlands, along with the larger pond, and an Atlantic white cedar swamp. The property is linked to a larger part of the sanctuary to the north of Cherry Street, which has frontage on Rt 97 to the north.
Directions: There is very limited parking for Cedar Pond Wildlife Sanctuary off Cherry Street in Wenham, about ˝ mile east of the junction with Rt 97. There are access points from Cedar Street and Rt 97 as well.

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