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Historic Newton house includes working stove from 1939

Newtonville pile dating from 1846 includes five bedrooms

A bright red dining room with table in Newton. Photos via Greer Tan Swiston

The bones of the 12-room, 3,648-square-foot house at 480 Walnut Street in Newton’s Newtonville date from 1846.

There are signs of the Victorian’s duration throughout the house, including the living room’s original ceiling and the design of the five bedrooms. There is also an 80-year-old working Glenwood stove in the kitchen for an added touch of antiquity.

Given the Gothic-Greek revival’s size and location, it does not come cheap: 480 Walnut is asking $1,649,000 through Greer Tan Swiston. Though, then again, at $452 a square foot, that might be considered a deal in the Boston region these days.

The exterior of Gothic-Greek revival in Newton.
The stairway and foyer of a house in Newton.
A spacious living room-dining room in Newton.
A quaint living room in Newton.
A kitchen with a white Glenwood stove in Newton.
A bedroom with a bed and dresser in a Newton house.
A bathroom with a brick wall in Newton.