On a leafy, private cul-de-sac off coveted Fayerweather Street in West Cambridge, a 6-bedroom clapboard house sits among old-growth trees. It’s a classic home, thoughtfully updated in both design and function. A gracious foyer leads to a refined and cozy library and connected dining/living rooms beyond. These flow seamlessly into a beautiful, highly functional eat-in kitchen, surrounded by windows overlooking a yard and sunny garden--complete with hammock, hot tub, and sylvan views beyond. A mudroom offers plenty of space for boots and backpacks, and a spacious, clean, and dry basement has room for working out, doing loads of laundry, and storing all the things. A handsome staircase leads to the second floor, where the primary suite is joined by three additional bedrooms and two more full baths. An open-gambrel third floor adds a sun-splashed family room, two more bedrooms, and another full bathroom. Near excellent schools, a short hop to Harvard Square, and best of all, move-in ready!
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Year Built: 1924
Living Area: 4,185 SF
Lot Size: 11,416 SF
Baths: 4 Full, 1 Half
Parking: Driveway, 1 Car Garage,
Outdoor Space: Yard, Garden, Patio
Mechanicals and Other Details
Heating: Steam boiler (2022) by gas with 2 additional hot water zones; mini-splits on third floor
Cooling: 2 zones of central air (first and second floors); mini-splits on third floor
Snow Melt: Underground snow melt system in front brick walkway
Hot Water: Tank (2020), by gas
Roof: Slate; maintained regularly
Professional Landscaping with Irrigation
Dimensions are not guaranteed and are provided for informational purposes only.
LOCATION | WEST CAMBRIDGE
7 Lincoln Lane
Cambridge, MA 02138
The most wooded and least densely settled part of Cambridge, West Cambridge is comprised of several small, upscale, and distinctive residential neighborhoods. “Tory Row”—as Brattle Street is known locally—heads westward from Harvard Square and is home to many of Cambridge’s largest, toniest, and most architecturally significant houses. The run of antique cottages between Hawthorne and Lowell Streets once housed the workers for the Brattle Street manses, and tucked among them is the neighborhood gem, the Cambridge Skating Club and Tennis Club. Huron Village - the only West Cambridge neighborhood with a commercial center of its own - is a well-preserved, stroller-friendly, liberal-artsy hilltop village, where specialist foodie markets (fishmonger, cheesemonger, butcher, bread baker), independent bookstores, and mid-century modern furniture sellers cluster together to offer an almost European environment for daily errand-going. Located between Brattle Street and Huron Avenue, 7 Lincoln Lane is tucked into a sylvan cul de sac, surrounded by distinctive homes and old growth trees.