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Somerville Victorian with 15 rooms asks $1.65 million

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The circa-1900 spread in the Powder House Square-Magoun Square borderlands includes original details as well as the potential for four bedrooms

An entry foyer with a decorative fireplace with a mantel and a staircase.
Some the original details for the 120-year-old house can be found in its entry foyer.
Photos via Coldwell Banker

The bones of the 15-room, 4,653-square-foot Victorian at 33 Highland Road between Powder House Square and Magoun Square in Somerville date from 1900, and the house retains a lot of its original details. Note in particular the woodwork throughout and the decorative fireplace in the entry foyer.

The house also has the potential for four bedrooms, and there are four bathrooms of varying size. There are two sunrooms two.

All of this, plus the location, do not come cheap, of course. The Vic is asking $1.65 million through Coldwell Banker’s Sara Rosenfeld. For comparison, detached single-families in the Boston region in January were selling for a median price of $605,000.

A spacious living room with a couch and openings into other rooms.
There are 15 rooms total in the house.
A sunroom with a rocking chair.
The sunroom is heated.
A dining room with wood-beamed ceilings and a table with chairs.
More evidence of the 120-year-old house’s origins can be found in the dining room.
A snug kitchen with cabinetry and a table and chairs.
The kitchen is large enough for a table and chairs.
A bedroom opening via French doors into a sunroom.
This is one of the four bedrooms, and it opens into what is effectively an upstairs sunroom.
A sunroom with a bank of built-in shelves and lots of natural light.
That upstairs sunroom, which is also heated.
The view of a family room from behind a wet bar.
The family room on the lower level includes a wet bar and a bathroom.