The bones of the 3,000-square-foot, 12-room Dutch colonial at 92 Colberg Avenue in bucolic Roslindale date from 1910, and there are vestiges of that in features such as the two fireplaces, the hardwood floors, and the french doors.
The brightly done interior includes the potential for six bedrooms, and the house comes with both a three-season porch and a two-car garage on a separate lot.
What will it set you back? The capacious spread is asking $899,000 through Keller Williams. What’d you think?
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