10-12 Conry Crescent, Jamaica Plain
Size: 2,781 square feet
There’s a reason this 1880s Federal-style home doesn’t look like its neighboring (and much younger) Capes and Colonials. The three-story abode was originally built on nearby Prince Street in Jamaica Plain, and moved to its current address at 10-12 Conry Crescent in 1937.
Since then, the house has stayed in the same family for generations. Now, the home—filled with period details that could use some sprucing up—awaits your finishing touches. The renovation potential here is huge, since the property is assessed as a two-family. That means it could serve as a single- or a two-family depending on your needs. (The entire third floor could be transformed into a master suite or au pair’s quarters, too.)
Other enviable elements include three full bathrooms, a formal dining room, period built-ins, and a home office. The charming little yard is just the icing on the cake.
For information, contact Lois Baho, Jack Conway Real Estate, jackconway.com.
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