The house includes the potential for up to seven bedrooms; and there are six full bathrooms as well as six fireplaces. There are also vestiges of the early-1870s construction, including the moldings and windows in the living room and parlor.
The four-bedroom spread is an airy, light-drenched affair given the skylights and large windows, never mind the high ceilings throughout. It also includes three fireplaces and a one-car garage; and there’s an unfinished basement for storage.
A previous owner of 10-12 Malcolm Road in West Cambridge renovated it from top to bottom earlier this decade. That work left behind a modern look and an open floorplan. The whole shebang is now asking $2M-plus.
The 4,602-square-foot, 13-room house was asking nearly $3,700,000 when it was briefly on the market last fall. It is now that rare thing in Cambridge: a gorgeous property that has not sold lightning fast.