MLS Number: 72348545    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Residential
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: Suffolk 
Location: 13 Greylock Road
Boston , MA
Beds: 3  |  F. Baths: 1  |  H. Baths: 1
Style: Colonial
Built: 1885
Approx. SQFT: 1558.00
Acreage: 0.13
Parking: Off-Street,Tandem,Deeded,Paved Driveway
Fireplaces: 2

Home Seekers, Investors, Developers, Come All! Great single family home with opportunity for expansion. Located in 2F-5000 zoning area, this home has multi-family or condo development potential. Currently 3 Bedrooms and 1.5 Baths. First floor grandeur has double entry doors to a classic foyer with traditional wooden staircase. This main level has a bay front corner living room with gas fireplace and is adjacent to an oversized kitchen extended by an updated pantry. Dining room has an additional fireplace and windows on 3 sides. Upper level has 3 bedrooms plus a study and an open landing with stained glass window. Walk up attic could be perfect for additional dormered living space with city views. Rear fenced yard has southwest exposure. Walk out basement offers potential for additional living space. Hardwood flooring under the wall to wall carpet in all but 1 room. Property has ample parking for 3-4 cars. Very short walk to Griggs T stop as well as multiple shops & restaurants.


Security System
Cable Available

Deck - Wood
Fenced Yard
Stone Wall

Public Transportation

Comm Ave or Brighton Ave to Allston Street to Greylock

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