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home of the week: at house of late potato baron, all eyes are on marble tiles, floors with mahogany inlays
25 taxes per month: $3,983 (2017)
The original owner of the property C.
Henry Kimball invented a heated railcar for transporting potatoes and defended the rights of minority shareholders, who are now 19 years old
Queen Victoria hotel has four apartments.
According to Jamie Jollett of listing agent East Boston, the property was included in the National Register of Historic Places but there were no restrictions on its renovation
Located in Boston Harbor Real Estate.
The private entrance to Unit 2 comes from a very detailed, wide porch where the wooden columns are carved into flowers at the bottom and the double doors are restored to the natural mahogany finish.
The door opened into a foyer, which immediately read two things about the home: it was built to last, and it was repaired with great care.
The entrance retains the original wood product-
Included in the rumblings on the railing of the hive that looks like a carving.
Next to the entrance hall is a small room with original cabinets, and the dormitory of the former housekeeper can be used as a study room.
The floor of these spaces is clay.
The two stairs lead to the unit itself and the hall, where all the main living spaces radiate out.
This is the first glimpse of the stunning original wood floor in the home, inlaid in oak and mahogany.
In the hallway, the bright-faced oak squares snuggle up in the mahogany inlay, evoking the look of a clasped hands.
There are three walls in the living room-quarter-height raised-panel wainscot.
This detail and the grid ceiling of the room (
Once hidden under paint)
It is mahogany, bathed in the light of the bay window.
The ceiling of the whole unit is 10 feet and 3 inch high.
The floor is oak, 1 feet
The wide mahogany inlay in the geometric design may be the inspiration of the Celtics.
The largest of the three bedrooms is in the front corner of the unit, there is a rest area in the turret of the home, there are three large, the curved window top is a colored glass rectangle that is considered to be original for the home.
There is a stain above the bed
Glass Medal, choose a replacement that matches the original.
A decorative fireplace with wooden mantel, possibly surrounded by Chelsea tiles, sits in a double closet opposite the room, one of which is Cedar.
Oak Huag with mahogany inlay.
The smaller second bedroom has a decorative fireplace surrounded by original wooden mantel and floral-patterned fireclay tiles.
The third bedroom, the smallest of the three bedrooms, was crowned by a bow window and is currently staged as an office.
The floor matches the pattern on the corridor.
Not every room has been restored.
Kitchen and two full bathrooms are 21 st century
To be honest, who would want these rooms not to be affected by time?
Compared to the dark mahogany that goes through most of the units, the two bathrooms are light in color.
The floor is white Carrara marble, and the bath and shower are also white.
However, the top of the cabinet is a contrasting black and gray granite.
The first bathroom has only a shower and is not in the lobby, while the second bathroom is close to the kitchen at the back of the House and has a stacked laundry facility.
The kitchen is a bit miscellaneous. solid-
The wooden cabinet was stained with a black cherry mixed with a white quartz counter.
There are two in this space.
Breakfast Bar on the floor, appliances are stainless steel, more than five hood vents are also stainless steel
Burner Gas range. Assigned tasks
Street parking is available at the apartment.
The website of the broker is www. bostonHRE. com.
There will be an open house from 11. m. to 1 p. m. on Sunday, Oct. 1. Follow John R.
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