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In Boston Edison, a fully-restored Dutch Colonial for $749K

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This 5,625-square-foot home took a year to renovate

Photos by Stylish Detroit

Another day, another home in Boston Edison hits the market. This time it’s a huge Dutch Colonial built in 1921 with a nice mix of old and new.

According to the realtor, this 5,625-square-foot home required a full, year-long restoration. That includes the hardwood floors, plaster, wood panelling and moldings, all doors plus hardware, all windows, and more. Not to mention all new electrical, plumbing, and roof.

While a good amount of historical details—like the wood staircase, bathroom tiles, and light fixtures—were saved, a modern kitchen with an island and sitting area was installed. Other notable features of the house include the formal living room with grand fireplace and impressive wood mantle, the sunroom with marble tile floors, and a cedar closet in the master bedroom.

It’s also got seven bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and a detached two-car garage.

1550 West Boston Boulevard is listed through Realty in the D for $749,000.