August 18, 2013
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The updated open-concept living, dining, and kitchen area at 110 Clay Street reflects the clean lines, neutral tones, and high-end touches found in the rest of this contemporary home, built in 1981.
The Clay Street house has oak floors, remodeled bathrooms with Corian countertops, and a third-floor master suite with a walk-in closet and skylights.
The owner of 22 Rindge Avenue, built in 1894, converted it from a duplex to a single-family and appears to have spared no expense renovating it from top to bottom.
The Rindge Avenue house features recessed lighting with dimmers throughout, high ceilings, and a pretty mix of flooring: wide-plank hardwood and slate the color of wet earth.
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