We’ve featured a lot of Tudor Revivals on this site recently. But this one in Boston-Edison might have some of the most, and best preserved, original details of them all.
The 4,200-square-foot home on Boston Boulevard is listed with Nika Jusufi of Max Broock Realtors for $419,900.
The exterior has a classic Tudor appearance—the stucco framed by exposed half-timbering, two-floors of leaded-glass bay windows (some of which have Heraldic crests), large front door with hinge straps.
There’s just as many lovely details inside the five-bedroom home, from the built-in wood cabinets to the colorful tiles around the bathroom tub and fountain in the solarium. We also love the cedar walk-in closet, den fireplace with ornate limestone on the mantel, and ceiling medallion in the dining room.
The kitchen has gotten a modern update and now has a high-chair area with a passthrough, as well as new appliances, cabinets, and countertops. Though the tin sink in the (mostly redone) butler’s pantry is original.
The home has been updated in all the essential ways as well, and has new electrical, plumbing, roof, garage, and furnace.
If you’re interested in seeing it firsthand, there’s a public open house this Friday, September 13 from 4-6 p.m.