12 months crafted 1910
Square feet 2,200
Baths 3 full, 1 fifty percent
Taxes $6,149 (2022, with no the household exemption)
Wintertime is no stranger to West Roxbury. This timeworn truth is clear in the design of this 112-year-outdated home, which has undergone a radiant rebirth.
L-formed stairs ascend to a shallow included entrance porch designed for stomping snow off one’s boots. Inside, there is a real genuflection to winter season — a mudroom with a bench to sit when shedding boots, hooks for jackets, and cubbies for scarves, hats, and mittens. The flooring is marble tile, but daylight streaming in by means of three windows allows make this a vibrant, welcoming place.
(If you are new to what has extensive been viewed as Boston’s most suburban community, Millennium Park and its sled-all set slopes offer you a cause to head out into the cold. In the hotter months, it is a great put to check out the sunlight set, walk a doggy, or love the playground.)
Further than the mudroom is the residence correct, where by the oak hardwood on this stage has been refinished with a glistening sheen. To the appropriate is the stairwell to the second ground, but the rest of the room is provided above to a living space concentrated on a gas fire with a stone mantel. The room has deep crown molding, recessed lighting, and constructed-ins. French doorways open to a sunroom with five windows, crown molding, and recessed lighting that could be employed as a house business.
The kitchen area, observed at the back of the house, is a pleasure to glance at offered its departure from the overdone all-white look. It has a white and gray subway tile backsplash, and the pulls and handles on the white lifted-panel cabinets are black. Two glass globe lights hold more than a peninsula topped with white quartz that has a delicate veining that ties it into the tile. The sink is positioned in entrance of a window overlooking the fenced-in yard. The kitchen also presents higher-conclusion stainless steel appliances, crown molding, recessed lights, and a dining location. A slider in the latter opens to a rail-considerably less platform deck.
About the corner, there’s a half bath with a white porcelain pedestal sink and patterned-tile flooring.
The second amount holds two bedrooms, both of those suites and 140 sq. feet. The a person that faces the front of the dwelling has 3 windows, a ceiling supporter, and a stroll-in closet with personalized shelving. Its entire bath will come with a white double vainness topped with quartz, a frameless glass shower with a marble encompass and a marble tile ground. The flooring in the bathroom by itself is tile.
The 2nd bedroom has a much larger walk-in closet than its counterpart, a ceiling fan, and two home windows. Its full bathtub presents a solitary white vanity topped with marble, a marble tile floor, and a shower/bath combo with a distinct glass door and a encompass of grey subway tiles.
The best ground also has two bedrooms, as nicely as a total bath with a gray one vanity, a marble tile floor, and a tub/shower combo with obvious glass doorways, a gray subway tile surround, and a glass subway tile inlay in earth tones. Just one of the bedrooms has a stroll-in closet.
The home’s just one-car or truck garage is tucked less than the dwelling, and the basement is unfinished. The house, which sits on .15 of an acre, has central air and forced hot-air heat and is just around a 5-minute stroll to the commuter rail station.
John Popp and Patrick Forshner of the PoppsProperties Team at Keller WIlliams Realty Boston MetroWest is the listing agent. As of push time, an supply had been approved on the home.
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