On the Market: 36 Hall Ave., Watertown

A home from 1910 makes the most of its attic and basement.

36 Hall Ave, Watertown
Price: $749,000
Size: 2715 square feet
Bedrooms: 5
Baths: 3

A house built in 1910 can have wasted space in a creaky attic or a dank, musty basement, but 36 Hall Ave in Watertown, newly listed for just under three-quarters of a million dollars, has neither. “I love that the attic and basement have been updated and turned into comfortable living spaces,” says listing agent Susan Condrick. As a result, future homeowners of the property will enjoy four stories and a well-manicured backyard.

On the first floor of the home, highlights include a front bay window, a brick-framed fireplace, a dining room window seat, hardwood floors, and craftsman-style beamed ceilings. The kitchen is spacious and bright, and it leads to a back deck and fenced yard.

Four of the home’s bedrooms are on located on the second floor, and the attic has been converted into a master suite with a full bath and extra closet space.

“The location is pretty key in my mind,” says Condrick. “If you have a house with off-street parking and a private yard in walking distance of coffee shops and the cinema, it’s pretty ideal.”

For information visit hammondre.com or contact Susan Condrick, 617-842-4600.

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