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Impressively restored home near Boston Edison asks $289,900

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The all-brick colonial from 1924 comes with an EV charging station

Photos by Chris Gerard

There’s a lot to like about this colonial nestled between a trio of historic districts: Virginia Park, Boston Edison, and La Salle Gardens. (It also happens to be near where the 1967 Rebellion started at Clairmount Avenue and Rosa Parks Boulevard.)

The three-story all-brick home built in 1924 is sizable: 2,324 square feet and five bedrooms. It’s also been fully restored and renovated since it was last purchased in 2015 for $5,256, if you can believe it.

There’s tons of original details in the home. The wood finishes—on the doors, floor, and moldings—as well as the Flint Faience tiles have a great shine to them. There’s a neat and pretty rare Terrazzo step-down half-bath on the first floor.

Other recent updates include a high-efficiency boiler, hot water heater, plumbing, electrical, and tuckpointing. And the remodeled kitchen comes with modern appliances, granite countertops, heated tile floors, and some nice-looking cabinetry. Interestingly, the detached two-car garage comes with an electric vehicle charging outlet.

8904 La Salle Boulevard is listed by O’Connor Real Estate for $289,900.