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Arlington Heights Tudor with four bedrooms asks $879,000

The house dating from 1933 has an unfinished basement and a garage too

A living room with furniture, including a piano, next to an entry hall and leading to a dining room.
The house has nine rooms total.
Photos via Bowes Real Estate

‘Tis nearly the spring home-shopping season, and we’re expecting to see more single-family numbers such as this Tudor in Arlington’s Arlington Heights as the weather warms. The house dating from 1933 is asking $879,000 through Bowes Real Estate’s the Home Advantage Team.

It includes four bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, a garage with tandem parking, a deck out back, and an unfinished basement. The common rooms are expansive, and the ceilings are beamed loft-like.

As for that $879K tag, it’s pretty competitive for the region. A recent report covering closed single-family deals in January pegged the median detached single-family sales price for the Boston area at $605,000.

A shot of a two-story house from a long side yard at a street corner.
An expansive yard—for the Boston area—comes with the house.
A dining room with a table and chairs.
The dining room also has built in cabinets.
A kitchen with a table and two chairs.
The kitchen is big enough for a table and chairs.
A bedroom with a bed and two windows.
The house has the potential for four bedrooms.
A bathroom with a tub and a shower stall.
There’s one full bathroom—but two shower heads.