Located in the Old Cambridge Historic District, this elegant Federal Colonial Revival single family home was designed by renowned architect Lois Lily Howe, one of the first women to graduate from MIT’s School of Architecture. This 13 room, 6 bed, 4.5 bath residence was built in 1900. The first floor features a large living room, family room, and dining room. All of these rooms have wood burning fireplaces with carved wooden mantels. Details include intricate crown moldings, large windows, wall adornments, Southern pine floors, and interior window shutters in the dining room. The kitchen has a center island and a six-burner commercial-grade Garland stove. On the second floor there are 2 bedrooms with ensuite baths, a study, and laundry room. The third floor has 4 bedrooms & 2 full baths. The unfinished basement & walk-up attic combine for a total of 3,570 additional sqft. The patio is accessible from the kitchen side entrance. Adjacent to the patio is off-street parking for 2 cars.
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