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Sprawling American Foursquare in Quincy Center

Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe

Stainless appliances, granite counters and tile are featured in the kitchen in the sprawling American foursquare colonial at 43 Whitney Road in Quincy.

43 Whitney Road

Quincy

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Price: $689,000

Style: American Foursquare

Built: 1935

Square feet: 4,028

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3 full and 2 half

Sewer: Public

A hand-painted mural depicting the rural childhood of a former owner graces the hallway of this American Foursquare in Quincy Center. Off the hallway is a living room with a working fireplace framed with oak paneling that includes hidden cabinets. The adjacent formal dining room has a glass-fronted china cabinet and hidden cabinets. The kitchen is galley-style with updated appliances and a small breakfast area. A four-room office suite, a holdover from when the house was owned by doctors, and a half bath complete the first floor.

The four bedrooms on the second floor are spacious. There is also a full bath. The master is large and has a renovated bath with a double vanity, whirlpool tub, and separate shower. The fifth bedroom is on the third floor, still clad in original pine paneling and has two built-in single beds and a tiled bath. The finished basement has red cedar quarter log paneling and a separate workshop and half bath. The property has two garages. Sharon Maher of Maher Realty Group/Keller Williams in Westwood is holding an open house Sunday Dec. 2.

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