159 Prince Street — West Newton Hill
Offered at $3,899,000
Seldom available on coveted West Newton Hill, this stately Victorian sits prominently on a gas lit street on just under an acre of land. Built in 1880, this home has been thoughtfully renovated over the years, incorporating modern amenities with old world charm. The first floor boasts a sumptuous modern kitchen that seamlessly transitions to an octagonal shaped family room with soaring gazebo type ceilings. The main floor features a grand entry foyer, spacious living room, dining room, den, mudroom and oversized laundry room. The second floor master suite has a sitting room and en-suite bathroom that leads out to a large deck. Completing this estate, are the manicured yet natural grounds, large circular drive, enviable backyard and the detached, 1984 sq.ft., two-story carriage house.
Listing Agent: The Hammer Group, 617.721.0606, email@example.com
About Life in Newton:
Recently rated by Niche as one of the top places to live in Massachusetts, Newton is a sought after community in the Greater Boston Area. Less than 45 minutes from downtown Boston via train, subway, or express bus, Newton, Massachusetts is a vibrant community. It’s comprised of thirteen distinctive “villages” loaded with classic New England charm. While located minutes from Boston on the Massachusetts Pike, Newton offers its residents the convenience of city living in a more suburban environment.
Newton has a lot to offer its residents when it comes to the outdoors. This includes many public playgrounds, parks, and a swimming pool that is open in the summer, as well as the most noteworthy Crystal Lake. The homes in Newton for sale are coveted and never last long in the market. When it comes to eateries, Newton Centre prides itself on a lengthy list of dining establishments: restaurants of all types of food and ethnicity are found scattered throughout the city.