An Arlington Townhouse vs. a Stow Tudor
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|
1,800 square feet
|Ask for a price
Days on market
2,994 square feet
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.