NOTABLE QUEEN ANNE VICTORIAN, built in 1883 for the owner of the Shaw Furniture Company. Located in the heart of the Agassiz Neighborhood, less than 1 block to Mass Ave shops and resturants, including the Hi-Rise Bread Company, Giulia, Starbucks, Berryline, Cambridge Common and many others. Also within 1 block is Sacramento Field, Alden Playground, the Baldwin School, the Maud Morgan Arts Center and much more! Get your bagel and lox on at the Oxford Spa, just around the corner, or head three blocks south to the Harvard Museum of Natural History. Looking for the T? Take your pick - you're less than 3/4 of a mile to both Harvard and Porter Squares. Inside, 16 Sacramento offers gracious spaces with high ceilings and exquisite original woodwork. With 6+ bedrooms, the house offers many options for configurations that include home offices, guest suites, playrooms and more. The massive lot is one of the largest in the neighborhood and leaves plenty of room for outdoor fun, gardening, and gathering friends and family.
16 Sacramento Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Tucked away north of Harvard Law School lies the Agassiz neighborhood, a leafy, densely settled neighborhood of large- and medium-sized wooden houses. This triangular ‘heart’ of Cambridge is home to the sort of small, independent clothing stores and coffee shops that used to be found in Harvard Square, Lesley University, and a few past and present Supreme Court justices. Nearby Kirkland Village, bisected by “Professor’s Row” was long home to cultural celebrities such as the late Julia Child and John Kenneth Galbraith, and boasts Boston’s most famous butcher. Student and academic housing and children’s playgrounds mix in seamlessly along these family-friendly residential streets, and both neighborhoods offer easy access to Harvard and Porter Squares.