Gorgeous 1886 Victorian on a wonderfully small, leafy street in Mid-Cambridge. Renovated stem to stern in 2014 by the Cafasso Design Group; the result is a light filled home with high ceilings and gracious spaces. Attention was paid to both function and style, with superb craftsmanship in both small and large details, from custom floor registers to the stunning staircase. The generous floor plan offers function and flow, with four bedrooms plus space for an office or playroom on the sunny third floor, and bonus space plus full bath in the finished, walk-out lower level. The thoughtful, high-end design extends to state of the art systems and mechanicals, including Nest thermostats, a whole house water filter, and a Pinterest-worthy plumbing array! The fenced yard offers space to bring friends and family together, and the deck off the third floor is an additional sunny, private sanctuary. Driveway for two cars. Located in Mid-Cambridge, between Harvard, Inman and Central Squares. Convenient to MIT, Harvard, restaurants, coffee shops, parks, playgrounds, and the gorgeous LEED certified Cambridge Public Library.
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13 Greenough Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
Stretching out eastward from Harvard Yard, Mid-Cambridge is home to some of the city’s quintessential residential architecture—rangey Victorians and multi-family wooden houses that still evoke Cambridge’s non-conformist recent past. This tree-filled neighborhood is dotted with small parks and lined with brick sidewalks, and has seen a steady stream of residential renovation and restoration for the past decade. Mid-Cambridge is also home to the architecturally significant, $100-million-in-development, LEED-certified Cambridge Public Library.