Being brought back to life by the Ludlow Historic Society, this 133-year-old row house had been suffering from an ugly front addition, which had been built as an ice cream stand in the 1960’s. Now freed of this eyesore, new historically-accurate exterior trim, wrought iron fence and front door help this home blend beautifully with its neighbors. Inside, the home offers a charming living room and eat-in kitchen, along with a cozy hearth room. The new owner plans to enjoy the seasons, looking out the large back window at the garden and, in the winter, basking in the warmth of the Scandinavian stove tucked into the corner. Upstairs, the high-ceilinged space offers two bedrooms and a bathroom. You will notice two walls in the home that have “reveals” of the antique wallpaper and original painted plaster, nicely connecting the past with the present.