1875 Victorian Manor Reduced to $2.85M in Newton, Massachusetts

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Armhed Louis-Jean

1875 Victorian Manor Reduced to $2.85M in Newton, Massachusetts

$2,850,000 | Built 1875 | 6,843 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 0.40 Acres
177 Park St, Newton, MA 02458
Offering nearly 7,000 square feet of living space, this beautifully maintained 1875 Victorian mansion has been reduced to $2.85 million in Newton, Massachusetts. Listing details: For the first time on the market in 35 years, this meticulously-maintained Victorian on one of Newton’s most desirable streets is an absolute must-see. Built in 1875 and located on .4 acres across from Kenrick Park, 177 Park offers approximately 7,000 square feet spread across 4 levels, including a primary bedroom suite, 7 additional beds, 4.5 baths, walk-out porch, and walk-out basement in-law unit. In addition to innumerable architectural features offered, including 10.5ft+ ceilings, ornate trim, stunning windows, moldings, a center stairwell, a prominent front bay, and a columned entrance, the home offers amazing sunlight throughout the day, and a set-back, serene feel both inside and out. Limitless opportunities abound to customize an already stunning and updated home. Easy Mass Pike and Storrow access plus close proximity to Newton Centre, Watertown Yards, and Chestnut Hill make this a well-rounded masterpiece ready for loving new owners to call it home. This well-maintained historic home is on the market for $2.85 million with Ben Resnicow of Commonwealth Standard Realty Advisors. Photography by Armhed Louis-Jean of A Louis Jean Media.
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