On the Market: 30 Clyde Street, Brookline
30 Clyde Street, Brookline
Size: 7,048 square feet
Shingle Style homes were first made popular in New England, with classics seen throughout the region, and this attractive Brookline residence, custom built by Nicholaeff Architecture + Design, is an impeccable example.
Located in Chestnut Hill and the estate section of Brookline, the home is positioned on a 35,000 square foot lot. Bold arching doorways, a winding center staircase, and high ceilings with a view of the second floor balcony make the home’s entryway a standout. The first floor layout also includes a spacious kitchen with an adjoining family room and breakfast room, a formal living, and a dining room, where French doors lead to a stone patio.
One unique feature of the home is a 2,000 bottle wine room, also located on the home’s first floor. “The wine room is right off of the living room, so there’s no need to go downstairs to a wine cellar,” says listing agent Susan Cohen.
It’s worth noting that 30 Clyde has won many awards, including a PRISM gold award from the Builders Association for its timeless design.
For information visit campionre.com or contact Susan Cohen,(617) 694-1169.
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