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Type: Residential
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: Suffolk 
Location: 65 Beech Glen St
Boston , MA
Beds: 6  |  F. Baths: 2
Style: Victorian,Shingle
Built: 1862
Approx. SQFT: 3457.00
Acreage: 0.25
Parking: Off-Street,Tandem,Deeded,Paved Driveway
Fireplaces: 4

Grande Historic Victorian loaded w charm faces Highland Park & sits atop a wooded lot w rear views overlooking Thwing Street & beyond. Originally built by Supply Clapp Thwing as a gift to his daughter Annie in 1862 this home has a rich history on Fort Hill. There is an incredible amount of original woodwork including floor-to-ceiling French doors, stained glass windows & a grand center staircase w original ornate balusters that spans 3 levels. This home has 6 bdrms & 2 full baths. The First level w it's grand entrance & open flow has a large parlor style living room, original woodwork moldings, grand pocket doors, & 2 fireplaces in both the living room & dining room. ThereGÇÖs also a majestic sunroom w 3 exposures leading to an expansive rear deck. The 2nd level has 3 bedrooms, a full bathroom & 2 more fireplaces & a large deck. The 3rd level offers 3 more bdrms & a lrg storage space. Basement level w a sep entrance. Private off street driveway comfortably fits 2 cars. Priced to sell!


Security System
Cable Available
French Doors

Porch - Enclosed
Porch - Screened
Deck - Roof
Storage Shed
Fenced Yard
City View(s)
Stone Wall

Public Transportation
Tennis Court
Walk/Jog Trails
Medical Facility
Bike Path
Highway Access
House of Worship
Public School

Columbus Ave to Cedar to Highland to Beech Glen

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