Originally built in 1864 by the Philbrick family, well-known Brookline builders and abolitionists, 195 Walnut Street in the “Pill Hill” district of Brookline Village has been recently renovated in collaboration with the Brookline Historical Commission, according to realtor Marc Charney. This newly-modernized property is on the market for $2,850,000.
Beneath a slate mansard roof, the home has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 4,400 square feet of living space divided onto four levels. This Civil War-era brick home rests on a 9,466 square-foot lot. The main level living room offers original hardwood floors and french doors that lead to a mahogany deck. The second-floor master suite includes a marble walk-in shower with a bench and a soaking tub. Not be outdone, the third floor also boasts a suite, complete with a full bath.
Additional features include high ceilings, an original stone fireplace complete with refinished wooden mantel, high-end kitchen appliances, and a finished lower level.
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