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Redone Roxbury townhouse with three levels and three bedrooms asks $875,000

The attached Victorian also comes with a fenced-in garden and other outdoor space—and check out the wood

A back deck with a couch and a chair as well as a table. Photos via Compass’ Terrance Moreau

The bones of the 2,013-square-foot Victorian townhouse at 36 Lambert Street in Roxbury’s Fort Hill area date from 1900, but the property has been thoroughly redone. It’s on sale now for $874,500 though Compass.

The spread includes three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms over its three levels; and there’s outdoor space, including a fenced-in garden and decks. And then there’s all that wood throughout, giving 36 Lambert—one of two townhouses in the same building, each deeded as a condo—a rustic look.

As for that tag, it’s quite competitive for Boston townhouses these days. A report tracking closed deals during 2019’s fourth quarter pegged the median townhouse sales price farther into downtown Boston at $1,311,500. What’d you think?

The front of a townhouse on a sidewalk, and there are two doors side by side.
The landing of a staircase, the banister of which is made partially from glass.
A long living room-dining room area, with furniture, next to that staircase.
A modern kitchen with a marble island and stools in front of it.
A bedroom with a bed and closed double doors, with the door to the bedroom open.
An empty room with a peaked ceiling and a sliding glass door to a deck.