Dramatic, light filled loft-style schoolhouse condominium in the much coveted historic Carr Schoolhouse Condominium building of the Spring Hill historic district. Soaring 12’ ceilings, oversized windows, abundant light, Boston city views, grand staircase, and original Douglas Fir hardwood floors throughout, this spectacular 3 bedroom, 2 bath unit with 2 car tandem parking is the largest in the building with its own private yard. Recently renovated kitchen and lower level with the perfect blend of old and contemporary, this unit is the epitome of form and function.
The schoolhouse, built in 1898, is a prominent example of Colonial and Renaissance Revival architecture - built by Aaron Gould. Near Porter, Harvard, Davis & Union Squares w/ access to the Red Line T and commuter rail, this extraordinary unit has many original historic details. The original 1898 grand staircase connects 3 floors of living.
The 1st floor has 2 bedrooms w/ huge windows and ample closet space and a bathroom featuring limestone flooring, Kohler jacuzzi tub and Runtal towel warmer. The 2nd floor has an eat-in kitchen, countertop w/ barstool seating, dining area and living room. The recently renovated kitchen features Silestone countertops and stainless steel appliances including Jenn Air dual cooktop w/ convection oven. The lofted dining area, connecting the kitchen to the living room, is incredible for entertaining.
The lower level was designed by LabHauss Architects and newly renovated in 2018. High ceilings, lots of natural light and French doors leading to the fenced-in yard, the layout has 3 large rooms and a wet bar/kitchenette. The rooms are ideal for a study, media room, bedroom, and/or an exercise studio. The spa bath has heated floors, and a walk-in rain shower completing this flex-use level.
Units in building: 20
Owner occupancy: 70%
Number of units owner occupied: 15/20
HOA fee: $617/month
HOA fee covers: Water, sewer, master insurance, snow removal, landscaping,
2018 Taxes: $8,264 w/o residential exemption
Year built/converted: 1898
Heating & cooling: Mitsubishi Split and gas fired water source