On The Market: 186 Nehoiden Road, Newton
In this Newton home, it’s the classics that count. This traditional, 1930s Tudor has a characteristically bright feel and timeless detail, while also benefitting from extensive updates. The only portion of the home that may need some attention is the kitchen, which was redone 12 years ago and could use some fresh renovations.
“What stands out is the graciousness of the home,” says Hammond Residential listing agent Ann Marie Paul. “All the rooms are generous.” A dramatic staircase opens onto a beamed, high-ceilinged living room with a fireplace and a separate music room; the entertainment-sized dining room is accompanied by a large kitchen with cherry wood and granite countertops; a second floor houses a bright landing with four generous bedrooms trimmed with original detail. From the grounds up–literally, thanks to a spacious landscaped lawn and full lower level–this property is the epitome of what makes a house a home.
On one of Waban’s prettiest streets, the location of this elegant home is spectacular with access to all the city has to offer and the peace of a quiet street. There is an incredible proximity to Boston and Waban, walking distance the village and the green, while also nearby to the T for easy commuter access.
186 Nehoiden Road, Newton
Year Built: 1930
Living Area: 3,700 square feet
Bathrooms 2 full, 1 half
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