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Stunning Boston-Edison restoration snags $630K at sale

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Photos by Michael Shuster Photography

This handsome brick home in Boston-Edison had a lot of fans when it held an open house before its listing. With a restoration from New Beginnings Home Restoration, the five-bedroom house captures the elements from its time—with modern updates. It listed with Gaye Butler of Robinson Realty & Management Group and found a new owner with Vincent Mazzola of O’Connor Real Estate. It listed for $639,000 and just sold for $630,000.

Before we show you the rest of the house, we’d like to take a minute to appreciate these gorgeous bathrooms. One is covered in mermaid-like scalloped tile, while the other has a perfect seafoam green paint, with white tiling and accents. They’re dreamy.

The 1915 home on Chicago Boulevard was built for Harry S. Grant of the Grant Iron and Metal Company. Hardwood floors and original hardware in the house have been restored. The third floor has a simple, beautiful living space with its own bedroom, office, and bathroom with clawfoot tub. It’s simply a fine example of a classic Boston-Edison home ready for a modern homeowner. The developers and project managers—Two Ladies with a Plan—intend on starting another project in Boston-Edison shortly. Here’s a look inside.

848 Chicago Boulevard