Tucked away on a quiet Chestnut Hill street is this renovated condo in a 19th century stone building, which just came on the market for $1.6M
The three-bed, 3.5-bath home takes up the two top floors of the building, with over 3,000 square feet of clean, brightly lit space.
Located in a former dentist’s office, the adaptive reuse project by developer Glenn Falso of Main Street Development, includes a lot of details that pay homage to the original, mid-1800s space, like historic replacement windows, moldings, and the original curved wood railings.
But there’s plenty of contemporary aspects, too, like an open floor plan, recessed lighting, a black and gold wet bar, and a marble bathroom.
It’s one of two condos in the building, both with their own private entrances. During the renovation process, developers also erected a new building next door, which shares the HOA with the condos.
On top of the $1,599,000 price point, condo fees will run you almost $550 per month.
The home is being shown by Evan Frisina and Stephen Ferguson of Compass