The Asa Gray house is a remarkable historic property with meticulous preservation work and modern finishes. The property was designed by famous architect Ithiel Town and was built within the Harvard Botanic Garden before being moved further down Garden Street over a century ago. The home has a sprawling first floor, including a living room, library, dining room, eat-in kitchen with a Viking stove including a griddle & grill, butcher block island, 2 dishwashers and a SubZero refrigerator. There is also a family room and a great room, which can be used as a studio or guest suite. Upstairs, the regal master suite has a fireplace, 4-piece bath with radiant heat and a 25' x 14' dressing room with custom cabinetry. There are 3 additional bedrooms, each with an en-suite bath. The laundry room is on the 2nd floor as well. Outside, there are beautiful gardens, a large patio and a neoclassical styled yard. The home is within a mile radius of Harvard Square, Porter Square and many great parks.
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Cambridge .
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