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Elegant Boston-Edison revamp asks $485K

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With a fun basement

Exterior photos courtesy of Gaye Butler, interior photos by Marty Medvedik, Prime Real Estate Photography

New to the market is a fresh restoration in the historic Boston-Edison neighborhood. It’s located just east of the Lodge, close to Voigt Park. And how nice is it to see a house with a lovely green lawn after this brutal ice and snow? The home has modern updates, along with restored woodwork and fixtures, and it’s listing for $485,000.

The house, built in 1910, has five bedrooms, a finished third floor, three-and-a-half baths, a formal dining room, a library with wood panelling, multiple fireplaces, and a fun, finished basement. The white kitchen has new counters and stainless appliances. Restoration work includes refinished wood floors, fixtures, and pocket doors. Mechanicals, plumbing, and electrical were all updated. Also find new landscaping and a new roof for the garage. The house was purchased by the current owner in 2017 and the home was featured nearly complete on the last Boston-Edison Holiday Home Tour. It’s listed through Gaye Butler at Robinson Realty & Management Group.

811 Longfellow Street