Townhouse

An Arlington Townhouse vs. a Stow Tudor

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It’s amazing what a few miles will do at the market. This month, we’re comparing two homes in Middlesex County, one a condo just six miles from Boston, the other a single-family home much farther away.


Lamacchia Realty/Anthony Castellano (Arlington); Nashua (Stow) Video Tours

31 Henderson Street, #1, Arlington Sale Price: ~$1,300,000 114 Maple Street, Stow
$1,399,000
40
1,800 square feet
3
2.5
Ask for a price
Days on market
Cut
Bedrooms
Bathrooms
$1,475,000
47
2,994 square feet
4
3.5

One of the beautiful things to live in Massachusetts is the abundance of quaint old homes. Not so cool? An old house that feels dated. But there’s nothing a renovation can’t fix, as evidenced by these two abodes, which now offer their new owners plenty of vintage charm without vintage issues. Example: The first floor of this 1900 Arlington townhouse features a modern open floor plan that includes both a contemporary kitchen with a wine fridge and a living room with period coffered ceilings .

Meanwhile, this 35-year-old English Tudor-style property in Stow has recently been updated with the latest luxuries (see: WFH-ready office with built-in office, and in-ground pool and fire pit for relax at the end of the day). And lest you think amenities like these always come with a bidding war in today’s crazy market, consider the fact that this home and its Arlington counterpart have gone for below ask for a price.




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