We asked you last week to vote on the asking price for this 2-BR, 1,412-square-foot penthouse in Brookline's 102-year-old Stoneholm, which was featured in The Herald:
Through sliding pocket doors is a formal dining room that has hardwood floors, two arched windows, decorative scrolls and paneling and an overhead chandelier. Across the hall is a cabinet-lined passageway that leads into the 18-by-11-foot hardwood-floored kitchen, redone six months ago with beige marble counters and stainless-steel appliances. There are 25 restored white-painted cabinets, four of which are glass fronted. At the end of the kitchen sits a breakfast nook with three tall bay windows that look out over a walking trail.
The 21-by-14-foot master bedroom has two closets, one of which has built-ins, and a fireplace with a green marble mantel.
It's retailing for $675,000 (with a garaged parking space an additional $65K), an asking price which 72.8 percent of you thought was just about right or—more intriguingly—fodder for a bidding war! More than one-quarter of you thought it was overpriced. Cold.
· Time To Vote on Brookline's 2-BR Baroque Beauty [Curbed Boston]
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