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Renovated Victorian in Roxbury with five bedrooms asks $779,000

The bones of the three-story house date from 1910

A colorful, spacious foyer just beyond an open front door and next to a staircase. Photos via Coldwell Banker

The renovated Victorian at 36 Gaston Street in Roxbury is that rare thing in Boston: a detached single-family of some size and with a price that isn’t that astronomical for the city.

The eight-room, 2,576-square-foot house is asking $779,000 through Coldwell Banker. A recent Greater Boston Association of Realtors report pegged the median sales price for single-families in Boston proper at $625,000. So $779K for something this size is not that outlandish.

The house dates from 1910, and includes five bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. There is also a deck and a backyard, never mind new finishes due to said renovations. What’d you think?

A three-story house with a large porch and long stairs leading down from the porch.
French doors opening into an empty room with a bay window.
An empty room with a fireplace and two windows.
A spacious and empty kitchen-living room area with a kitchen island.
A closeup of the kitchen over the island, with the counters meeting at a right angle.
An empty room with a bay window and an open door leading off it.
A renovated bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower, two sinks, and two oval mirrors.
An empty room off some stairs with a window and an open closet door.
A spacious deck behind a house with furniture.