Watertown Home of the Week: 26 Palfrey St.

This historic condominium has received some recent valuable renovations that only enhance its historic character.

At under $300,000, this beautiful vintage townhouse in the Watertown historic district could be considered the buy of the month. It has received incredibly beautiful renovations, but period enthusiasts rest assured, many of its period features were retained to reflect its rich local history. At 920 square feet, it also offers an incredibly resourceful floor plan to offer incredibly spacious dimensions in frequently used rooms and takes full advantage of its footprint with nine foot ceilings, oversized windows drenching the rooms with natural sunlight and three levels of living space.

The first floor consists of a 14 x 12 square foot living room with clean lines and gleaming hardwood floors and a 14 x 12 square foot eat-in kitchen with modern oak cabinets and a lovely seating area surrounded by cheerful, butter walls. The second level offers an oversized 14 x 12 square foot master bedroom, a 14 x 10 square foot second bedroom with a charming dormer and a full bath. This townhouse also includes a large 21 x 12 square foot full basement which could also be easily converted into a playroom, family room or home office and expand its interior dimensions.

Five beautifully decorated townhouses make up the Palfrey Street condominium complex and with that advantageous association, many common responsibilities are included in the reasonable monthly maintenance fee. New owners will not be distracted with water and sewer bills, master insurance, snow removal, exterior maintenance and landscaping. These services are completely covered for only $260 per month leaving more time and money in the bank to enjoy the surroundings and a much deserved leisure lifestyle.


Location: 26 Palfrey St.

Price: $299,999

Rooms: 4

Bedrooms: 2

Baths: 1 full

Living Area: 920 sq. ft.

Listing Agent: James Savas, Century 21 Adams Realty, 617-489-6900


If you are a Realtor or a home owner selling a home and want to be featured in an upcoming Home of the Week, please email Michele Taranto at m.taranto@aol.com.


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