The 3,140-square-foot, 11-room rowhouse at 93 Third Street in East Cambridge includes high ceilings and some lush outdoor space via a private patio.
The spread also includes a fully fitted-out au pair or in-law suite and the potential for five bedrooms.
And! It’s got a bit of a painterly pedigree: Early 20th-century Impressionist George Loftus Noyes lived in the rowhouse while working in the Boston area. (Whether he could say he was living in Boston is a whole other matter.)
The property is on sale through William Raveis for $1.825 million.
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