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A 100-year-old Tudor in Medford wants nearly $940,000

The house in Lawrence Estates a few miles north of Boston includes a massive fireplace

A spacious living room with furniture and a fireplace that takes up an entire wall. Photos via Keller Williams/Rob Moreno Photography

The 3,016-square-foot 35 Westvale Road is part of a Medford neighborhood called Lawrence Estates that went up fairly quickly about a century ago. Two-story houses in the colonial, Tudor, and Dutch colonial styles define the enclave, according to the Medford Historical Commission.

The house herein is of the Tudor variety and dates from 1920. It’s now on sale for $938,800 through Keller Williams.

It’s indicative of not only the spaciousness available just a few miles from Boston’s border but of how the wider Boston region preferred single-families and smaller multi-families for decades—to the detriment of shoppers in the tight and expensive housing market of today.

In any case, 35 Westvale is a stately affair, with a large brick fireplace in the living room and plenty of built-in shelves. There are four bedrooms and two bathrooms, and the exterior is positively storybook.

The exterior of a two-and-a-half-story Tudor house with a triangular peak on one side of the roof.
A corner dining room with a table and chairs and two windows.
 A kitchen with two counters across from each other.
A corner bedroom with a bed and two windows facing each other.
A backyard with a stone patio behind a house, and there’s a lone oak tree in the yard.