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Quincy Center Tudor revival on sale for only the second time in 90 years

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The five-bedroom house includes an in-ground pool

An oval entry foyer with a fountain. Photos via Keller Williams

The 4,268-square-foot Tudor revival at 23 Sturtevant Road in Quincy’s Quincy Center went up in 1929, and has been on the sales market just once before.

It dropped in early December through Keller Williams’ Karen Powers for $1.038 million, or $243 a square foot—which would pretty much make the house a steal nowadays a few miles north in Boston.

The capacious expanse includes three and a half bathrooms and five bedrooms as well as an in-ground pool out back and a walkup attic above. While it retains some vestiges of its 90 years, much of the house has been redone. What’d you think?

An expansive empty living room with a large fireplace.
The same living room with a staircase in view leading to it and a library at the end.
A kitchen with a long table and chairs around the table.
A bedroom with a bed and curtains around the windows as well as colorful wallpaper.
An expansive bathroom with two free-standing sinks.
A pool area with a table and chairs in the foreground and the pool in the background.