On the Market: An 1820s Farmhouse in Bellevue Hill
155 Bellevue Street
Size: 2,972 square feet
This 1820s Bellevue Hill farmhouse was restored in 1930 by Boston architect Oscar Thayer. With a stucco exterior, the home has a slate roof, copper gutters, and two rebuilt chimneys. Once inside, the entryway has parquet flooring and a winding staircase. With deep-set crown molding and multiple bay windows and fireplaces, the period details of the home make it a standout. Renovated in 2006, the kitchen includes stone countertops and a farmhouse sink. Additional highlights include an oak-clad library with built-in shelving, a private screened porch, and a walk-up attic. The second floor has four spacious bedrooms, and the property has a detached two-car garage.
For information contact Barry Hickman, William Raveis R. E. & Home Services, raveis.com.
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