The 3,804-square-foot 80 Harold Street is part of a run of 15 Tudor revival townhouses that went up in Roxbury in the early 1890s across from Horatio Harris Park.
The houses, which have been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1986, are each just under three floors; and they were built with brick, stone, and stucco as well as half-timbering.
No. 80 is on sale through Exit Entrepreneurs Realty for $899,999. It includes four working fireplaces, two and a half bathrooms, and at least four bedrooms.
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