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Renovated condo in 1800s Chestnut Hill building wants $1.6M

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It’s an adaptive reuse project with some original aspects

Photos, Shawn May

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

Foyer leading to the second floor condo
kitchen in the second floor condo
Living area with bar
Third floor bedroom
Third floor bath