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In Chestnut Hill, repurposed 1900s carriage house wants $810K

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It’s got old and new charm

Courtesy Jessica Orso

A 100-year-old carriage house that has since been transformed into a 2,300-square-foot stone home just came on the market for $810,000.

The three-bed, 2.5-bath spot is tucked away in a cozy, tree-lined street in Chestnut Hill, and it offers a lot of its original, 1905 charm. There are exposed wood ceiling beams throughout, as well as original carriage house doors, and a hayloft door.

But there are plenty of contemporary details as well, like a redone, enlarged kitchen. A 1966 addition to the house brought in a large family room with stone walls, brick floors, and a picture window that looks out over the garden.

Upstairs, the bedrooms feature vaulted ceilings and more exposed beams that serve as a constant reminder of the home’s turn-of-the-century beginnings.

The place is being shown by Rose Hatton of Houwzer and it has an open house this sunday from 1 to 3 p.m.