Sold

66 College Rd

66 College Rd, Newton, MA 02467

$1,550,000

Location does not get any better! Ultra exclusive Chestnut Hill, Newton Massachusetts zip code, top rated Newton public school system. Close proximity to Newton North High School. An elegant home with hardwood floors, wainscoting and beautiful period detail throughout. Charming foyer with french doors to formal dining and living rooms, cherry kitchen cabinets, fireplace, detached 2 car garage. Prime location less than 6 miles from downtown Boston, less than a ½ mile walk to public transportation (T-Green Line) with close proximity to the Mass Pike and Route 9. Adjacent to Boston College’s Upper Campus and directly across the street from middle campus and bus stop. This home has been lovingly cared for by the same family for many generations. Don't miss out on this tremendous value in a prime location! Bath - 1 full baths and 1 half bath

4
beds

1.5
baths

2,100 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

0.16 Acres lot

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Features & Amenities

Interior

  • total bedrooms4
  • Total bathrooms1.5
  • full bathroom1
  • half bathroom1
  • APPLIANCES Oil Water Heater

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area2,100 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area0.16 Acres
  • MLS ID72524732
  • TypeRESIDENTIAL
  • YEAR BUILT1910
  • Architecture StylesColonial

Exterior

  • Garage Space2
  • water SourcePublic
  • lot featuresGentle Sloping
  • parkingDetached, Off Street, Paved
  • HEAT TYPEHot Water, Oil
  • AIR CONDITIONINGNone
  • sewerPublic Sewer
  • SubstructureStone, Granite

Financial

  • Sales Price$1,550,000
  • Real Estate Tax $8,540
  • Zoning SR2
66 College Rd
66 College Rd

Don't miss out on this tremendous value in a prime location!

– Michael Carucci
66 College Rd
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