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West Medford fixer-upper has potential for seven bedrooms

The house, dating from 1900 and on sale now for $880,000, includes three levels of living space

An empty parlor with a fireplace, a mirror above the fireplace, and a bay window. Photos via Re/Max Andrew Realty

The 3,400-square-foot, three-level house at 15 Rock Hill Street in Medford’s West Medford is on sale as a renovation opportunity—“needs work,” as the Re/Max Andrew listing puts it.

The potential is there for at least seven bedrooms, and the house includes two bathrooms. There are those three levels of living space, too, and a sizable yard surrounds the place as well. The bones of the house—a Dutch gambrel/Victorian hybrid—date from 1900.

What’s the tag just to get things started? Fifteen Rock Hill is asking $879,900, or $258 a square foot. Given the likely renovation costs, it’s appropriate that the asking could be considered a bit of a steal for the Boston area. A recent report pegged the average price per foot for detached single-families in the region at $330. What’d you think?

The back of a three-story, rectangular house as seen from a snow-covered yard.
A dining room with a table and chairs, and there’s a chandelier above the table and a door leading off the room.
An empty kitchen with a lot of older, lacquered cabinetry and counters meeting at a right angle.
The bottom of a staircase, with a large door opening into a sunroom.
A long, empty sunroom with floor-to-ceiling windows.
An empty bedroom with a door opening into the hallway and another into a closet.
The top of a staircase leading to an empty area with paint peeling from the walls and a door opened into an empty room.