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Investment Opportunities

For over 35 Years Houston Contracting Inc. has provided exceptional services and solutions to many of the areas home and property improvement needs . Houston Contracting Inc. set itself apart by providing outstanding customer service and professional support.


When Myles Houston, President put his first team in place 35 years ago, he quickly became a partner in the home remodeling business with determination to do more than just get the job done. By taking the initiative in understanding budgets, timeframes, operations, and other various client needs.


Houston Contracting will also be able to dismantle this house and build a new structure on the property. It is also possible to incorporate some of the original beams into the new home a three-bedroom two-and-a-half bath Colonial with all the modern amenities.


The antique building materials may also be purchased/salvaged as ultimately a new property will be built on the land.

They don't build homes like this anymore and it's ready for a new future. If you have any thoughts or questions feel free to contact us

Photos Taken Spring 2021

This is a Single Family Residence home located at 28 Water St, Ashburnham, MA.

It has 5 bedrooms, 1.0 full bathrooms, and approximately 2300square feet.

The property has a lot size of 27,800 square feet and was built in 1750.

Ashburnham-Westminster School District.

1750 Center chimney Colonial built with Chestnut beams hand hewn all pegs no nails to be sold as a complete structure to relocate or to be sold as is on a buildable lot in Ashburnham Massachusetts. This is a unique opportunity to own a piece of History.


Chestnut is long gone and these beams are beautiful contact Myles Houston 857-258-7933 serious inquiries


Old Colonial Style Built in 1750

If you are a timber frame home enthusiast and appreciate handmade homes with hand hewn beams of post and beam construction this could be a desirable project for you.



This house was handmade almost 300 years ago with a well in the basement. The man who built it and lived in it crossed the Delaware River with George Washington.

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