33 Agassiz Street, Cambridge
Size: 4,221 square feet
Designed by Newton native Eugene Clark, this Queen Anne manse on Cambridge’s Avon Hill is an architectural marvel. Marked by granite arches, a corner tower, and chimney with ornate brickwork, the place has no shortage of curb appeal. On the inside, there are a wealth of period details circa 1890, including intricate woodwork, grand mantels, stained glass, and ceiling medallions.
There are modern updates, too, like ultra-luxe bathrooms, a kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, and new heating and cooling systems. The house sits on a nearly quarter acre plot, and offers an attached deck that’s more than suitable for entertaining.
For information, contact Bigelow/ Irving, Compass, compass.com.
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