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In Woodbridge, church-like home from 1800s asks $510K

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This recently restored Victorian matches old-world charm with modern comforts

Photos by Wolf Virtual Reality

Even amongst the stately Woodbridge Victorians, a home that just hit the market stands out.

The exterior strikes you from the start. The home on Commonwealth Street has some wonderful aged brick and vines growing on its facade. It’s also got some arched windows, stone lintels, and a high-pitched hipped roof that resembles a church steeple.

Inside, the 3,519-square-foot, five-bedroom home has gotten a wonderful restoration—it added some modern touches, but faithfully kept much of its character. There’s original wood everywhere: the hardwood floors, staircase with its elaborate newels, ornate trim around entryways, fireplace mantels, batten molding, wood paneling, coffered ceilings—we could go on!

Other rooms have been tastefully modernized. There’s now a kitchen with an island and new stainless steel appliances, and bathrooms with subway-tile walk-in showers. The attic has been finished and converted into a livable space. The home’s electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems have all been updated as well.

Like what you see? Go in person to the open house this Saturday, March 14 from 1-3 p.m.

4163 Commonwealth Street is listed for $510,000 with Liz Tintinalli of Real Estate One.

Much of the home’s original wood has been restored.
The dining room has batten molding and a coffered ceiling.
The modern kitchen with new countertops, cabinets, appliances, and backsplash.
A room on the second floor with a wood-mantel fireplace.
The finished third floor, which also comes with a bathroom.
Side view of 4163 Commonwealth Street.