On The Market: 312 Dean Road, Brookline
There is no question that people today move 100 miles per hour, and this is a home that is prepared to keep up. “The demographics have changed,” Hammond Residential listing agent Mona Wiener says of today’s market. “You have two working buyers who don’t have time to do work on the home.”
As a result, “turn-key” homes–residences where you can turn the key and move right in–are much more popular. The only house in this price point in Brookline with such extensive renovations, this elegantly understated home is ready to be lived in.
The property has undergone thorough renovation from the studs up, transforming a classic 1935 residence to suit a more modern lifestyle. The state-of-the-art kitchen and grand living areas overlook beautifully manicured grounds, and the sophistication continues with beautiful sleeping quarters including a master bath and luxurious, spa-style bathroom.
The entire home has a streamlined look for ease and elegance, as well as flexibility. “We like to keep it neutral so you can personalize it with paint and accessories,” Wiener suggests. Though this house is prepped and ready for the perfect buyer, and there is also the perfect amount of wiggle room for individuality.
312 Dean Road, Brookline
Year Built: 1935
Living Area: 5,220 square feet
Bathrooms: 5 full, 1 half
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