Friday, March 2, 2012

Video of 419 Lebanon St | Melrose, Massachusetts Victorian real estate & homes - Melrose, Massachusetts is a predominantly residential suburb of Boston with exquisite Victorian homes dating from the late 1800s. The city has a long-standing tradition of self-sufficiency, with strong civic support of residents' housing, education, employment, health, shopping, entertainment, recreation and leisure needs.
The city is proud of its excellent schools and its cultural facilities, including the 83-year old Melrose Symphony Orchestra, the very active local cable channel, and the Victorian downtown area which dates back to 1900.
Another vital component of the city's unparalleled quality of life is its varied open space and recreation facilities. Ell Pond is a large natural feature at the center of town; trees line the streets and parks and open spaces are dispersed through and around the city.
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to own a spectacularly restored Victorian single family built in 1840!

Conveniently located near Routes 93, 95 & 1, the Middlesex Fells Reservation, wonderful parks & playgrounds, the Commuter Rail to Boston and only 4 blocks to bustling Main Street for terrific dining and shopping!

This tastefully renovated home is spacious inside with 10 rooms, 5 bedroom and 3 baths on 3 levels of living area and is full of charm and character with french doors, crown molding, soaring ceilings, a built in hutch and a fireplace.

The first floor has an grand foyer, full bath, 2 large living rooms, a formal dining room and a renovated eat-in kitchen that opens to an amazingly large yard.

The second floor has 3 bedrooms, a full bath and a handy laundry room.

Walk up to the the third floor and find 2 more bedrooms, another full bath and a huge walk in closet.

This extraordinary home is in excellent condition with a newer roof, remodeled kitchen, gleaming wood floors, recent interior & exterior painting, and is priced very well to sell. Simply move in and relax in this historical gem!

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