Salem, Massachusetts is one of those quaint New England villages that oozes beautiful historic homes! It's like a giant Cat's Meow Village!
I designed this Cabot-Endicott-Low House in collaboration with @purelysalem who shares his love of all things Salem in his Instagram feed. You can find Matt there, say hello and tell him I sent you.
Printed on the back:
365 Essex Street, Salem, Massachusetts
Sitting stately on Essex Street, this “high style” home was built in the 1740s for Joseph Cabot, a local merchant. William C. Endicott purchased it in 1870, where he hosted many famous visitors during his tenure as Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice and Secretary Of War under President Grover Cleveland. In 1894, Daniel Low, retail merchant and friend of the Endicotts, bought this home and lived there until 1919.
This Georgian Colonial house still shows off most of its original architecture features. You can get a glimpse of it harbored behind a white picket fence as you stroll down Essex Street.
Wouldn't this whole Salem Christmas Collection look cute tucked within your holiday decor?
How about: on the mantle, tabletop centerpiece, under the tree, or perched on wainscoting or a windowsill.
Our workshop of 15 crew members handcrafts this and all our Cat's Meows in Wooster, Ohio, which is an 11-hour drive due west of Salem.
We craft it from 3/4" thick wood with all the colorful details on the front and a story on the back.
Look for Casper, my black cat mascot curled up on the front steps keeping an eye on the local traffic.