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February 24, 2013
Debee Tlumacki for the Boston Globe
Once a two-family, this square Colonial in a quiet family neighborhood was stripped to the studs and reinvented as a four-bedroom single-family.
Off the grand entry is an office, now a pastel blue, behind double French doors.
On the left is the living room with gas fireplace with a white mantel flanked by large built-in book shelves.
With an open floor plan, the dining area leads to the large kitchen, which has black granite counters and white cabinets, a prep island, and stainless steel appliances.
On the second floor, the master is at the front of the house.
The master bath has a cherry double vanity and a large, all-body shower with glass doors and a seat.
One of the closets off the master bedroom has built-in shelving and a walk-in closet with more shelving.
The third floor hosts the family room and the large fourth bedroom.
The third floor area has skylights joining four windows to pull natural light in.