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In Chestnut Hill, early 20th-century Tudor wants $1.9M

With vaulted ceilings for days

With exposed wood beams, turrets, plenty of fireplaces and design details galore, this 1908-built Chestnut Hill home just came on the market asking $1,870,000.

Dubbed the “Greystock Lodge,” the six-bed, 4.5-bath spot offers over 6,500 square feet of space inside. The first floor has a wood-clad foyer; a kitchen with a marble countertop and sunny breakfast nook; a dining room; and two living areas—one of which is offers soaring vaulted ceilings and leaded windows.

The bedrooms upstairs offer plenty of natural light, along with their own fireplaces. Fun fact: a panel on the third floor came from a three-story organ that once occupied the home.

The spot, at 8870 Norwood Avenue is being shown by Jennifer Rinella of the Sivel Group. Check out more photos here.