A Medford carriage house turned chic condo

A Medford carriage house turned chic condo


Style Rental

Year built 1880 converted 2001

Sq. feet 2,098

Bedrooms 3

Baths 2 full

Fee $275 a month

H2o/Sewer Public

Taxes $6,009 (2022)

It does not have a typical structure, this condo in Medford, but it is elegant.

A tailor made glass roll-up doorway is a enjoyable way to enter any household, but it also offers a grand see of the yard outdoors the spouse and children home of this former carriage house. It’s an inviting house with oak flooring, a steel- and wood-beamed ceiling, keep track of and inset lights, and a gas pellet stove. There are no support columns only a stairwell made by two steel I-beams intrudes on what is if not an open up space of 380 sq. feet.

A tailor made glass door in the household room delivers a grand look at of the patio and backyard.—Michael Petrocelli

A quick hallway that serves as a mudroom connects the household space/carriage property to the rest of this house, which dates to 1880, but the flooring modifications in excess of to a stone tile, which runs into a kitchen area that sits behind a French doorway.

As one enters the rectangular kitchen, the eye shifts to the still left, to a two-amount island with granite counter tops. The lessen degree has a gasoline stove, and the higher generates a deli-like counter with cozy seating for two. The cabinets are white with raised-panel doorways, and a very long counter consists of a sink positioned beneath a pair of home windows. The backsplash is porcelain tile, and the appliances are stainless steel. A doorway potential customers to the driveway and perennial yard. A stacked washer/dryer in the kitchen area awaits filthy gardening garb.

The kitchen area capabilities a two-tier island topped with granite.—Michael Petrocelli

A white solitary French doorway connects to the dining home, in which the hardwood flooring resumes, there is crown molding, and a central gentle fixture sports activities a drum shade that appears to be like a large marshmallow. The space is 187 sq. feet and at present holds a desk for 6 with house to spare.

This time a pair of French doors, not a one door, opens into the residing place, wherever just one wall is lined with windows that have wooden shutters, making this area inaccurately named it’s extra like a sunroom. The area, which has a image window flanked by facet home windows hunting out to the driveway and gardens, is 183 sq. feet, and gentle also comes from a Sputnik fixture that appears to be like a 3-D product of a chemical structure.

The property has a independent official dining room.—Michael Petrocelli
A pair of French doors opens into the dwelling place.—Michael Petrocelli

The dining and living rooms are portion of the next segment of this house, an apportionment that also holds a complete tub and two bedrooms that radiate off a hallway.

The full bath is on the correct as a single leaves the dining room. The one mahogany self-importance has a black counter, and the flooring is product porcelain tile. A bathing place that involves a shower with a number of heads but no door and a whirlpool tub will take up just one stop of the lavatory. Pink marble lines the tub and will make up the shower encompass, but the shower flooring is that porcelain tile.

The two bedrooms are practically equal in size (198 and 169 sq. feet, respectively), and each individual presents a closet with bifold doorways, hardwood flooring, and two home windows. The larger sized of the two also has a door to the farmer’s porch, which spans the width of the property.

The guest bedroom has refinished cherry hardwood flooring and two home windows.—Michael Petrocelli
This bed room has a doorway to the farmer’s porch.—Michael Petrocelli
The guest bathroom provides a different shower, as effectively as a whirlpool tub clad in pink marble.—Michael Petrocelli
The farmer’s porch runs the width of the household.—Michael Petrocelli

The operator suite is above the family place in the former carriage household. It is arrived at by using the cantilevered steel stairs built in between the two steel beams. The suite has 3 independent spaces: a bedroom, walk-in closet, and complete bath.

The bed room (258 square feet) was reimagined but saved the previous intact. The renovation rediscovered wooden beams that now aid a 21st-century wall with big triangular windows just below the roofline. Beams cross the vaulted ceiling, which has spotlights and two skylights.

The flooring is restored cherry hardwood, and just underneath the triangle windows and a hefty rough-hewn beam is a door to a deck. At the reverse end of the room is a stroll-in closet planked with cedar that is 53 square toes.

The comprehensive tub will come with a white glass-cupboard vanity with metal legs. The shower, an insert with a waterfall head, is nestled beneath a skylight and guiding a shower curtain. The flooring is refinished cherry.

The shower in the proprietor bath sits underneath a skylight.—Michael Petrocelli

The basement is unfinished but delivers storage. The unit contains just one facet of a two-bay garage.

The apartment will be about a 50 percent mile from the Green Line’s Medford/Tufts Station, which is slated to open up this summertime.

The device is situated in a residence that will be a 50 percent mile from a new Environmentally friendly Line Extension station.—Michael Petrocelli
The house boasts a patio and a perennial garden.—Michael Petrocelli

Wendy Coke of the Kyle Kaagan Staff at Gibson Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty in the South Finish has the listing. As of press time, the unit was beneath settlement.

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