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Somerville home gets energy-wise, European makeover

18 Prichard Ave., Somerville; $1,599,000

The open floor plan complements the home’s new sleek style.

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The open floor plan complements the home’s new sleek style.

A deeded parking spot with a charging station? Check. Solar panels on the roof? Check. An electric car? Well, if you buy both units in this building, there’s a BMWi3 in it for you.

London- and Boston-based designer Beatrice M. Fulford-Jones has helped transform this former two-family into Wetherby Place, offering two furnished condos with a definitive European flair. Try high-end furniture chosen by Fulford-Jones and Spanish white oak flooring, for starters.

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The lower unit offers 1,105 square feet, two bedrooms, two full baths, and a deeded parking spot with charging station for $879,000.

The other condo, the focus of this article, occupies the upper two floors, with recessed lighting and high ceilings throughout the home.

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The first level welcomes with an open floor plan consisting of the living and dining areas, each with banks of windows, and the kitchen, which features long counters of seamless, nonporous Krion, a Bosch flex-induction cooktop, Míele double ovens, Cabico frameless custom white cabinetry, and an island with a pop-up USB-power column.

The bedroom on this floor, located off the kitchen, is decorated with indoor-outdoor furniture that can easily be moved onto the adjoining deck overlooking the fenced-in yard. The full bath can be found off the living room.

The other two bedrooms — both master suites — share the upper level and a hallway where the laundry area is hidden behind white doors. These bedrooms have distinctive touches. One offers a walk-through closet that ends at a translucent pocket door. Behind it, the bath is a respite, with an oval soaking tub and a separate shower with four heads.

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The second suite lends distinction with high, angled ceilings. Its en suite full bath is shower only. All three bathrooms have rain showers and heated flooring and towel bars.

Justin Rollo of Signal Real Estate is the listing broker. Showings are by appointment.

$1,599,000

Style: Condo

Year built: Circa 1900; renovated 2015

Square feet: 2,084

Bedrooms: 3

Baths: 3 full

Sewer: Public

Taxes: $6,426

Association fee: $250

18 Prichard Ave., Somerville

Watch video tours of the units:

Solar panels now hug the roof.

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Solar panels now hug the roof.

A bath offering radiant heat.

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A bath offering flooring and a towel rack with radiant heat.

The kitchen with its seamless Krion counters.

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The kitchen with its seamless Krion counters.

One of the master suites.

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One of the home’s three bedrooms.

josh reynolds for the boston globe

josh reynolds for the boston globe

josh reynolds for the boston globe

josh reynolds for the boston globe

josh reynolds for the boston globe

josh reynolds for the boston globe

josh reynolds for the boston globe

josh reynolds for the boston globe

John R. Ellement can be reached at ellement@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @JREbosglobe. Send comments and listings to homeoftheweek@globe.com. Please note: We do not feature unfurnished homes and will not respond to submissions we won’t pursue.
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