Linskey Construction, Inc. 47 Jefferson Ave, Salem, MA01970 Since 1964, Linskey Construction has provided site, utility, and demolition contracting. Serving Eastern Massachusetts…More and Southern New Hampshire, the group specializes in excavation. Owner William Linskey also runs North Shore Concrete, LLC.
Odds & Ends Handyman Service and The DigiDoctor 22 Bertuccio Ave, Salem, MA01970 Odds & Ends Handyman Service provides home improvement and repairs, including masonry, plumbing, landscaping,…More demolition and "any and all odd jobs." The business also doubles as DigiDoctor, a computer company that provides computer network installation, software installation, troubleshooting and virus removal.
Gedney House 21 High St, Salem, MA01970 The Gedney House is a national historic landmark whose early portion was built in 1665. It was a single family home…More until the Gedney family sold it in 1773 to Benjamin Cox, who used it as an investment property for the next 25 years. Around 1800, Cox added two townhouse-style ells to the west elevation of the house, converting it into a multi-family dwelling. During the years that followed, it served as a boarding house and tenement in what was then Salem’s Italian-American neighborhood. In 1967, Historic New England acquired the house as it was being prepared for demolition. The house is significant not only for its framing, but also for its evidence of early decorative finishes in the hall chamber and parlor. Three successive color schemes, the earliest of which is believed to date to the house's construction, were discovered in the hall chamber. This evidence was preserved by the addition of plaster ceilings, beam casings, and paneled walls by the mid-eighteenth century. The location offers tours on the hour and admission is free for Historic New England members and Salem residents; $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and $2.50 for students.