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Cambridge condo uses reclaimed lumber for ‘arboretum-style’ home

Architect designed it as personal residence

Local developer and architect David Aposhian used reclaimed lumber from Cambridge’s old Riverside Press building and an old mill in New Bedford, Mass., to construct his capacious shingle condo at 255 River Street in Cambridge in the late 1990s.

The 2,700-square-foot, standalone spread is now on sale for $2,375,000. It includes four bedrooms, a one-car garage, and copious amounts of wood (as you might expect).

There is also access to plenty of outdoor space, so much so that the Real Estate 109 listing describes Aposhian’s abode as an “arboretum-style home.”