Featured Listing: Fully Renovated Victorian in JP’s Sumner Hill

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8 Alveston Street – Jamaica Plain’s Sumner Hill

Offered at $900,000

Question: What is the fully renovated value of a beautiful 2000+ sq. ft. Jamaica Plain Victorian in the heart of prestigious Sumner Hill? With three living levels on a nearly 6000 sq. ft. corner lot in the heart of Jamaica Plain, this sizable home is ready for a makeover. It houses two full baths, more than five bedrooms, and a one car garage with plenty of off-street parking.

It has good bones; it’s a diamond in the rough waiting for its new owner to restore it to its original glorious shine. Updates include all new roofing, heating system (6 years old), and a new circuit breaker panel. Surrounded by a congregation of lovingly renovated Jamaica Plain Victorian single family and two-family homes, its location could literally not be any better; with this location there is no hyperbole necessary!

Listing Agent: The BJ Ray Team, 857.288.8980, bj.ray@unlimitedsir.com

View more information on 8 Alveston Street here or visit unlimitedsir.com for more available Waban homes.

About life in Jamaica Plain:

With a very different style that distinguishes itself from more traditional Boston neighborhoods, it’s hard to categorize Jamaica Plain, or JP as locals call it, as anything but unique. This is best exhibited by their eclectic restaurants and avant-garde charm. Home to many of the jewels in the “Emerald Necklace”, Jamaica Plain has an abundance of green space for the outdoor enthusiast. This, combined with its artsy flair, easy access to downtown, and community feel make Jamaica Plain a top destination for Boston area residents.

Close to Northeastern University, Longwood Medical Area, and Wheelock College, JP attracts a diverse population including students, young professionals, and families who call it home. As one of the first “streetcar suburbs” in America, JP is an ideal commuter location with access to bike paths, scenic walkways, commuter rail connections, bus routes, and both the Green and Orange Line trains.