The three-story (well, two and a half, really) limestone house at 181 Midwood Street just hit the market this week for $925,000. While it may not look like a bargain on a per square foot basis, this four-bedroom place feels pretty realistically priced to us, given that it’s on a great street and in excellent shape. We’re kinda curious about the open layout in the front of the parlor floor. Is it typical of houses on this street to have not have a wall separating the entry hall from the front sitting room? For the curious, there’s an open house on Sunday from 3 to 5.
181 Midwood Street [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark
Photo by Nicholas Strini for Property Shark
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