The bones of the 1,081-square-foot farmhouse at 673 Hammond Street in Brookline’s slice of Chestnut Hill date from 1885, but the interior is all modern, including a kitchen dating from 2003.
The house—which is actually off a private way that itself is off Hammond Street—comes with three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, and parking for three. There’s also a sizable yard for the area.
In true Boston-area fashion, the rustic redoubt is just around the corner, too, from the urban bustle of Boylston Street and the Green Line’s Chestnut Hill stop. Hammond Residential has the listing. What’d you think?
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