For sale: Homes with soaring cathedral ceilings in Sharon and Hull
Raise the roof in these open, airy living spaces.
22 BRIAR HILL ROAD / SHARON
SQUARE FEET 3,311
LOT SIZE 1.05 acres
BEDROOMS 4 BATHS 2 full, 1 half
LAST SOLD FOR $380,350 in 1997
PROS From the two-car garage of this 1987 Colonial, step into an enormous family room with towering cathedral ceilings of knotty pine, an arched brick fireplace, and a two-story wall of windows with glass doors leading to a back deck. At right, the open kitchen is also impressive, with a Wolf range and other high-end stainless appliances, plus an oversized two-tier island with a prep sink and oven. A half bath and laundry closet are nearby; a formal dining room, living room, and office round out the first floor. Upstairs are four carpeted bedrooms, including a master with its own bath, plus an updated full bath. Extra spaces include a basement playroom and a screened-in back porch. CONS Master bath could use a refresh.
Nancy Schiff, Keller Williams, 617-549-4331, email@example.com
110 HIGHLAND AVENUE / HULL
SQUARE FEET 10,048
LOT SIZE 0.52 acre
BEDROOMS 5 BATHS 3 full, 1 half
LAST SOLD FOR $230,000 in 1997
PROS This converted 1928 church offers a more literal take on cathedral ceilings, with exposed rafter beams and a medieval-feeling chandelier overhead. As in a loft, furnishings and other cues segment the main living space, where built-in seating surrounds a gas fireplace. Original details remain, from the beautiful woodwork and stained-glass windows throughout to a confessional booth that’s now a powder room. The chan-cel where the altar was is now a dining area fit for any feast, with an updated kitchen off one side. There are two bedrooms on the main floor, including a master suite with a full bath, and three more upstairs. The former chapel, with choir loft, makes for an epic game room. A stone patio offers peeks of the ocean. CONS The heating and cooling bills must be staggering.
Bill Good Sr., Dean & Hamilton Realtors, 617-921-9619, deanandhamilton.com