The capacious single-family at 36 Lopez Avenue in East Cambridge was carved from a former warehouse, and retains much of that provenance.
The ceilings are high, the rooms and halls are sunny and open, and the windows are big. Best part for any owner: The area around 36 Lopez has gone from largely light manufacturing to steadily rising residential. And the house sits just due north of the exploding Kendall Square.
Somerville-based Boyes-Watson designed the place, which runs to 4,830 square feet and has four full bathrooms as well as the potential for four bedrooms. There is also a sizable deck and garage parking for three.
How much? $5.2 million through Griffin Properties.
- ‘The next Kendall Squares,’ mapped [Curbed Boston]