66 Harold Street, Roxbury
Size: 3,954 square feet
It’s extremely rare for one of Roxbury’s grand dames to hit the market, but today is Boston’s lucky day. A Tudor townhouse overlooking Horatio Harris Park is officially up for grabs—and it won’t be long before someone scoops it up.
The home, tucked between other equally eye-catching Tudors, is elegant inside and out. All 3,954 square feet have been recently renovated, allowing the home to strike a balance between its antique features and more modern updates. The main level offers a huge formal dining room, a living room awash in light thanks to a bay window, a half bathroom, and beautifully tiled fireplaces.
Up the period staircase are more bedrooms and bathrooms on the third and fourth floors. They’re topped off by a set of spiral steps that open to an airy attic loft, where there’s exposed brick and a skylight window.
For information, contact Bernadine Tsung Megason, Compass, compass.com.
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