clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Brookline shingle asking $4.2M comes with a tricked-out carriage house

New, 2 comments

Both structures date from the 1880s

Photos via Hammond Residential

The shingle at 92 High Street in Brookline’s Pill Hill neighborhood comes complete with a redone carriage house that is just under half the size of the 6,988-square-foot main pile.

The properties both date from the early 1880s, and they are on the market together through Hammond Residential for $4.2 million.

William Ralph Emerson, a progenitor of the shingle style, designed the main house. It comes with nine fireplaces and the original cast-iron stove; and there is the potential for seven bedrooms.

The carriage house has its own guest suite, plus plenty of studio space (and those beams are from way back when). What’d you think?