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    5 Myrtle St. in Norwood


    5 Myrtle St.

    Year built:1889

    Lot size: 0.22 acre

    Bedrooms: 3


    Baths: 1 full, 1 half

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    Taxes: $3,278 (2016)

    This 1,208-square-foot Colonial — on a corner lot within walking distance of Norwood Center — is newly renovated but maintains some antique charm. The eat-in kitchen features dark wood and stainless-steel appliances, and the living room offers a built-in entertainment center. The custom-designed bath upstairs boasts a large shower and a restored claw-foot tub that’s original to the house.


    349 Sumner St.

    Year built: 1970

    Lot size: 0.55 acre



    Baths:2 full

    Taxes:$5,712 (2016)

    At 3,422 square feet, this raised ranch offers lots of space for entertaining, including a spacious formal living room, a family room addition with a vaulted ceiling, and a composite deck with a canopy. The kitchen is open, although it could use some updating. A five-room in-law suite makes up the lower level.

    349 Sumner St. in Norwood

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