A seven-bedroom, 3,138-square-foot home in Boston Edison with a classic Tudor facade just went up for sale. It’s got the lovely exposed wood framework and second floor bay windows with leaded glass typical of the style.
But as you can see from the 2017 listing, those changes to re-surface the wood only happened in the last couple years. According to the seller, the home was built in 1925 and has only had a handful of owners since.
Other renovations have been done as well, including redoing the roof, stabilizing the chimney, and refinishing all the floors, windows, and plaster. The owner also added a backyard deck and touched up the gorgeous Neo-Classical fireplace.
We love the wide, arched entryways between rooms, wood staircase, and details on the crown molding. There’s also a finished basement and garage.