Single-family home in South End is truly one of a kind
May 2011 05

A one of a kind home has been listed for sale in the South End.

Located on Taylor Street, it’s a single-family, wood-framed house, built circa 1856 (and renovated, since then.)

Yes, you heard that right.

One of only two known houses of its kind still in existence, it’s a standalone home located on a short, one-way street, in the center of the area that Boston magazine called the Best Place to Live, this past month.

From the MLSPIN listing (edited):

White wooden home. One of 2 wood houses remaining in the South End, this unique home’s park-like setting is breathtaking. Adjacent lot with landscaped gardens, blue-stone patio, shady cobblestone area and two car parking. Eat-in-kitchen wide pine floors, wood stove, Jacuzzi, custom closets & beautiful greenhouse complete this significant property. Country living in the city, surrounded by art galleries, best restaurants, theater & more. Truly a home to treasure.

It has approximately 2,000 square feet of space, the home has two bedrooms and two and ½-half baths and is listed at $2,350,000.

Please contact me for more information and to set up a private showing.

Above, 8-10 Taylor Street, South End, Boston, Massachusetts. S. Fulani Butler of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent.

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