Just recently sold, this turnkey single family home is located in a sought-after location on the Brookline/Chestnut Hill line with easy access to Highland and West Roxbury stops on the Commuter Rail. Close to great restaurants, parks, Roche Bros.
Stunning kitchen with stainless steel appliances and marble countertops with counter seating open to the dining room. The first floor includes a large living room with a fireplace, spacious family room with sliders to the fenced in yard. Home office or 4th bedroom also on the first floor.
Fireplace living room, home office, and family room
Spacious family room
Walk out of the kitchen to a beautiful stone patio ready for outdoor fun and dining.
The second floor has three large bedrooms, completely renovated bath, and laundry. Almost everything has been updated in the last 6 years. Large clean basement with direct entry from garage, central air, beautiful paver patio and walkway, young roof, lots of insulation, and many more updates.
Congratulations to my buyers for their recent closing on 9 Moose Hill Street, Sharon, MA, a lovely single family home located in a tranquil setting overlooking farmland. Imagine coming home to this beautifully renovated kitchen. Open to the dining area, living room with a wall of windows, and a bright family room. The home is back from the main road and sits on over a 40-acre lot. From the living room, you can look out to the fabulous Moose Hill Farm!
This home is 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a finished basement. So happy to think of this family enjoying their lovely new home.
View to the backyard
The Farm at Moose Hill
Healthy farming leads to healthy people and a healthy community. This is why Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary in Sharon has partnered with the local, family-run Ward’s Berry Farm to offer organic vegetables to our surrounding communities. MassAudobon.com
10 Ledgewood Road
West Roxbury, MA 02132
MLS # 72315268
7 rooms 3 bedrooms
1 full and 1 half bath
1,993 sq. ft. living space
Many updates listed below
Offered at $749,000
Talk about a turnkey situation!
Pristine center-entrance Colonial located on a tree-lined side street in a desirable neighborhood setting. Stunning kitchen with stainless steel appliances and marble countertops with counter seating open to the dining room. The first floor includes a large living room with a fireplace, home office or fourth bedroom, and a bright family room will wow you with the slider open to the backyard. Walk out of the kitchen to a beautiful stone patio ready for outdoor fun and dining. The second floor has three large bedrooms, completely renovated bath, and laundry. Almost everything has been updated in the last 6 years. Large clean basement with direct entry from garage, central air, beautiful paver patio and walkway, young roof, lots of insulation, and many more updates. This turnkey single family home is located in a sought-after location on the Brookline/Chestnut Hill line with easy access to Highland and West Roxbury stops on the Commuter Rail. Close to great restaurants, parks, Roche Bros.
New Pella windows
New exterior doors
New pitched roof
New kitchen, counters, and appliances
New garage door and opener
Plumbing mostly redone
Refinished all hardwood floors and added hardwood floors in family room
New HVAC in the second floor to have its own zone and added A/C
New patio and walkway
Fenced in backyard
New flat roof
New front steps and railings on both sets of steps
Sump pump added
New central air added to the system on the first floor
Start making memories in this lovely Gambriel Colonial set back on a corner lot and tucked away on a cul-de-sac in the Broadmeadow District. The first floor features a front-to-back living room with fireplace, dining room with chair rails, and kitchen with sliders opening to the large deck looking out to the beautiful yard and mature trees. A powder room is also located on the first floor. The second floor boasts Master Suite with bath, 3 additional bedrooms, and a family bath. The lower level is walk-out with a slider to the back yard in the large family room with fireplace. Another spacious finished room with new composite floor is currently used as a laundry room. This home has been freshly painted throughout, with new/refinished hardwood floors, Newpro replacement windows (including sliders, 2012), garage and large driveway, electric pet fence, lots of storage space. Come home to Needham!
What a pleasure! My condo was only on the market for a few days before it sold. Janet not only marketed my place way beyond my very high expectations but expertly guided me through the process so I was confident and stress-free. I cannot emphasize enough the value of her expertise and experience, she explained all scenarios and what strategies would be used and she was dead on. Janet is amazing and highly recommend her. ~ Aileen Kelley “Google”
You won’t believe this stunning 2nd floor condo located in Jeffries Point. One of the prettiest units you’ve ever seen–nine foot ceilings, crown molding, amazing exposed brick on two sides, wainscotting with wide shelves in living area and bedroom.
The bedroom has a pocket 5 panel barn door for smart space use. The chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances (Frigidaire stove with stainless steel hood vent), stone counter tops, and deep sink and lots of cabinets. So many updates including state-of-the art Navien heating system, all replacement windows, Italian swivel faucet in bath, 2 Casablanca ceiling fans, Prestige custom wood blinds, and more. This home is environmentally friendly with state of the art systems and is chemical free since 2011.
The Association is solid with low condo fees $101.83 and high owner occupancy. Basement laundry (no charge) and large storage unit.
Located steps to dog park, YMCA, Paris Street Pool, both Airport & Maverick MBTA station, Piers Park, East Boston Shipyard, KO Pies, Downeast Cider House. Minutes to Downtown, Charlestown, and the best that the City of Boston has to offer.
People want to live in East Boston. They’re not just moving here for the cheap rent anymore; they’re buying houses and settling down. They’re finding in East Boston an easy point of access to downtown Boston, yes, but also a community of vibrant businesses, tasty restaurants, a thriving arts scene, gorgeous parks, and caring neighbors. With a soon-to-be-completed library, a Greenway that will extend uninterrupted from the waterfront to Constitution Beach, a brand-new small business incubator, and new restaurants opening every week (it seems) — the demand for our neighborhood should only continue to rise. ~www.liveeastie.com
If you live in Jeffries Point but work downtown, you can leave your car keys at home and enjoy a short commute by train and (soon) by boat. The Boston Redevelopment Authority announced that the city plans to build a marine terminal in East Boston. The two ferries will connect East Boston with the South Boston Waterfront and Charlestown. Only a short walk away, residents benefit from a recent $56 million renovation to the Maverick MBTA station. From Maverick, riders are only one stop away from the Aquarium MBTA Station and all points in Downtown Boston. ~www.americaninno.com/boston
90 Hull Street, Newtonville, MA 02460
6 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, .53 acre
Sold for $1,420,000
90 Hull Street is a notable Craftsman-style Colonial located on an impressive half acre corner lot. This gracious home beautifully inhabits the land–much like a country manor would, yet is located less than a half mile to lively Newtonville Center, with many shops, dining, and the Commuter Rail close by.
When you enter the arched entry into the foyer, you will be in awe of the abundant period details including double-wide crown molding, beamed ceiling, and other impressive features. This home and the surrounding grounds fit together in a harmonious and comfortable way.
The front to back living room offers natural light throughout the day from upgraded windows. Light streams in and illuminates the beautiful fireplace mantel. Sliders open to a South facing pergola covered patio to enjoy a late afternoon breeze. The classic dining room features Mission-style woodwork with plate rails, a built-in hutch with leaded glass doors. Sliding doors open to a long bluestone terrace for dining al fresco.
Enjoy morning coffee in the updated kitchen with stone counter tops, stainless steel appliances, radiant heat, and a butler’s pantry with second sink. A beautiful greenhouse window offers a northern view of the green fields of Newton North.
First floor also includes a “Tea Room” (which could also serve as a spacious home office), and a powder room.
Second floor includes a Master Suite with Arts and Crafts’ style fireplace, a full bath and sauna, and a walk-in closet, plus three additional good sized bedrooms with large closets, a family bath and three additional linen closets.
This beautiful home also features an electronic gate opening to a long driveway and two-car garage.
Our Story of 90 Hull
Our house search has always been driven by providing the best opportunities and education to our children and quality and diversity of life to us. We lived in Brookline for many years until that house got small for our growing family, and we wanted to have our parents nearby.
That’s when we found 90 Hull Street and fell in love with the house and large yard, neighborhood, the library, community and boundless opportunities for our children, parents and us.
We took classes and started keeping bees, giving nature tours to our children and their classmates. The teachers liked the observation hive, the students were fascinated and everybody loved french bread with butter and honey at the end of the tours.
Being busy and stressed out high tech professionals we longed for a ‘calm’ down to earth, wise farmers life. We’ve built the coop and bought chickens to keep fresh eggs and teach our children the cost and benefits of labor. After all, how many people know or think what lays behind the egg when they make a sunny side up? We kept bees and chickens for over 15 years, teaching our children the laws of labor, marketing and wholesale (they were selling eggs and honey), profit and donations.
We had 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 rabbits and many friends from all over the world stayed with us while visiting Boston.
The commute to Boston downtown is only 15-20 min by car or commuter rail.
Newton North has community access to it facilities such as the track, fields. pool, tennis courts and community education classes.
The neighborhood community is warm and supportive. We communicate often and ‘watch’ for each other when on vacation. The neighborhood is safe and secure – 2nd best and safest place to live in USA for several years.
The town jacket on 90 Hull street shows the land was purchased and building started in 1912 by Frank A. Day. Day middle school is named after him. The building permits show that the house was completed in 1916 by his wife. The rectangular section added to the southwest (nicknamed ‘the grotto’) was added at a later date.
The original construction was set up with servants’ quarters on the third floor with a separate staircase. There was a wash sink in the 2nd to 3rd floor stairway and stairs into the kitchen. There was a bell system in the house. The brass plate under the living room table is the last remaining example. The servants’ stairs into the kitchen were closed off in a previous remodeling of the kitchen. We turned them into a stair closet. Odd but useful. The original kitchen had a wood oven where the pot/pan rack is. The second flu is no longer in use.
The current garden plantings are all perennial gardens. There are multiple varieties of Iris, lily, aster, decorative grasses, vinca, hosta, backberry, lilly of the valley, phlox, butterfly bush, peony, lilac and more. The arbors in the back are kiwi plants, but do not produce fruit. There are several mulberry trees.
This is a beautiful home for your beautiful memories.
~Natalie and Edward Bagdonas, Home Owners, 90 Hull Street