Budget Cuts Result in New Dwelling Choices for Homeowners

Reductions in town and government spending typically results in the closing of large buildings and consolidating of services such as schools and firehouses.

These assets are then sold off, and generally developed into condominiums replete with character and history.  As these things tend to be cyclical, once again town landmarks across the country are being reinvented.

182 Walnut St, Wellesley, MA

182 Walnut Street, Wellesley, MA

Year Built: 1903
Bedrooms/ Baths: 2/ 2
Square Footage: 1891
Price: $549,000/ off the market

Trulia.com

While Anderson Cooper may be well known for owning a Greenwich Village firehouse, Wellesley residents also are among those who enjoy living in famous firehouses rehabbed into modern dwellings:

Fabulous Firehouse Homes – CNBC

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