- Originally a mill village on the Charles River, Newton Upper Falls is tucked into a potpourri of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century architecture and a major National Historic Landmark— Echo Bridge--over the Charles River's Hemlock Gorge. Today, a large portion of the village is protected as a designated historic district. A sampling of antique buildings throughout the neighborhood offers a genuine feel of the fabric of an early-Newton Upper Falls. Home to the Hemlock Gorge and Echo Bridge, a large aqueduct turned pedestrian walkway over the Charles River.
Despite all of its connection to the past, the property is ideally located just minutes from route 9, route 128 and the Massachusetts turnpike. Just a short walk to the Eliot Green Line T stop makes a commute by public transportation to Boston a breeze. Easy living in this comfortable setting also offers some outstanding neighborhood shops and restaurants.
Old and New come together nicely in the design and amenities of this gracious home. As you ascend the steps of this unique home you begin to appreciate its detail and rarely found warmth and charm.
A recently renovated kitchen with large island boasts granite counter tops and opens to a large dining room area large enough to host most any gathering. Out the side door of the kitchen, you step to an oversized deck, which will serve to please you and your guests once the snow clears and the bright warmer days of spring and summer arrive.
The master bedroom is a private suite with a sitting room/ home office area and a separate bedroom area. Pamper yourself in a luxurious master bath – relax and take a leisurely soak in the tub while capturing the treetop views.
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