Outdoor Living Space.
Scenic View, View.
Perched on a hillside corner property on a quiet tree-lined street, this charming Craftsman-style bungalow gives an almost suburban feel in a vibrant urban neighborhood, with beautiful landscaping adding to its privacy. Built c. 1912 as the home of Henry W. Longfellow, distant cousin of the famous poet, this one-of-a-kind residence has been lovingly cared for and renovated by its current owners. On the grounds are a wide front porch, fenced yard, garage and driveway parking. Filled with unique original details, this inviting home has updates including the 2015 roof, most windows, kitchen, baths and Rinnai furnace. High-ceilinged open living areas feature bay windows and an English-style fireplace. Gourmet kitchen with Bertazzoni gas range. Master bedroom opens to 3-season sun porch with expansive vista. Walk-out lower-level space for potential in-law/guest suite. Conveniently located near the Brookline border and MBTA service, with all Boston area destinations easily accessible.
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