Lovely Victorian home with an open main level - thoughtfully crafted for today's lifestyle! Defined by a unique blend of a modern layout with charming turn of the century detail including newly refinished wide plank flooring. The front living area / den features floor to ceiling built in book cases and a custom barn door. The remainder of the first level is one large, open room with a sitting area, built in bench seating to accommodate a large dining table - all overlooked by a custom chef's kitchen with Thermador appliances, generous cabinetry and quartz counters. The second floor has three bedrooms including two king sized options, a laundry room and full bath. The top floor has two additional bedrooms and a full bath providing plenty of extra space and a variety of home office options. A small back yard features a composite "trex" deck and low maintenance turf plus a driveway & garage! Located just a few blocks from the JFK T & local favorite Savin Hill amenities and restaurants.
Listing courtesy of MLSPIN / Kerry Dowlin / Leading Edge Real Estate
Last updated May 21, 2022
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MLS# 72934413 —
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Porch, Deck - Composite
Full, Interior Access, Bulkhead, Dirt Floor
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Pantry, Countertops - Stone/Granite/Solid, Kitchen Island, Cabinets - Upgraded, Remodeled
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Closet/Cabinets - Custom Built, Flooring - Wood, Pocket Door
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Main Level, Exterior Access, Open Floor Plan
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Certified Treated for Lead Paint
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Between Savin Hill Ave & Columbia turn off of Dorchester Ave to Howes - one way towards Pleasant St
Public Transportation, Shopping, Walk/Jog Trails, Bike Path, Conservation Area, Highway Access, T-Station, University
William E. Russell Elementary School
Boston Collegiate Charter Lower School
Edward Everett Elementary School
Clap Innovation School
Mather Elementary School
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