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Restored Somerville colonial in Winter Hill area on sale for $1 million

The bones of the 11-room house with restored stained glass and stamped tin ceilings date from 1900

An airy kitchen with an island and lots of wood. Photos via William Brokhof/Boston Real Estate Cooperative

The bones of the 11-room, 2,100-square-foot colonial at 114 Jaques Street in the borderlands of Somerville’s Winter Hill and Ten Hills date from 1900. The house last traded in 2012, underwent extensive restoration work, and is on the market for the first time since for a cool $1 million.

The work accentuated details such as the stamped-tin ceilings, the oak floors, and the stained-glass windows. The house has the potential for five bedrooms, and there are two and a half bathrooms as well as outdoor features such as a particularly lush patio.

And while the tag through Boston Real Estate Cooperative might seem hefty, it’s actually not for modern-day Somerville. Heck, at $476 a square foot, the bright, airy home might be considered a steal in neighboring Boston.

An airy living room with a long couch with a stained-glass window above it, and there’s a large entryway into a dining room.
A bright dining room with a table and chairs and a fireplace that’s been filled in.
An entry foyer with a stairwell and a bench with pillows in front of a radiator.
The same kitchen, but facing the island and the kitchen with cabinetry.
A bedroom with a bed and a window on one wall kitty-corner to a glass door.
A room with a bay window and a striking rug with diamond shapes on it.
The entry of a steam shower, with a wooden bench next to it and a platform right before the door.
A lush, though small, outdoor patio with a table and chairs, and there’s an umbrella open over the table.