On the Market: A Shingle-Style Manse in Dorchester
17 Harley Street, Dorchester
Size: 2,415 square feet
This Shingle-style abode on Ashmont Hill dates back to 1887. Situated on a leafy green corner lot, the house balances antique charm with contemporary updates. It was built by Dorchester native and architect Edwin Lewis, and boasts more than 2,400 square feet of living space.
A new kitchen offers black walnut counters, heated tile flooring, and a roomy pantry. The dining room has a restored fireplace and a built-in bench, and beyond, there’s a five-windowed seating area in the living room. Outside, the paved driveway has two parking spots. Best of all? Ashmont Station is only a few minutes’ walk.
For information, contact Eric Gould, RE/MAX Destiny, destinyagents.com.
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