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Rustic Chestnut Hill Colonial on big lot asks $695K

It’s kind of a kid’s dream house

This Chestnut Hill colonial is on the market for $695,000.
Courtesy of Daniel Smith, BHHS Fox & Roach

A white stucco Colonial in Chestnut Hill has hit the market for just under $700,000 and there’s a lot to like—whether you’re a grownup or a twee kid.

The specs are as follows: The 2,805-square-foot home is located on a .74-acre lot. There’s a large front yard and an even bigger back yard with a big, sloping hill.

The house itself has three full bedrooms and two full bathrooms, and dates back to 1966. While it maintains some of its original rustic charm, there have been some nice updates to the home in recent years, including a new master bath. The carpet in the main living room has also been swapped out for hardwood floors.

Now for the kid-friendly details. For one, the finished basement is currently set up as a massive playroom, with built-in features like a rock climbing wall and gymnastics equipment.

Then, there are the upper floors of the home. It’s currently set up as a kid’s bedroom, but there’s a door that leads to a loft-like studio space with sloped ceilings. Finally, there’s a treehouse out back.

If land is something that’s on your must-have list, this property definitely has room to roam. There’s also a big sunroom off the main living area that looks out over the front yard.

The asking price of this Chestnut Hill home is $695,000.