As we walked through a historic neighborhood in Arlington, Mass., we passed the peachy keen W.G. Rolfe house, built in 1889.
Rolfe, a fruit merchant in North Boston, questioned “the wisdom of living so far from the center and at the very edge of the residential area,” according to the Massachusetts Cultural Resource Information System write up on the house.
The residence is an important example of its style and an impressive addition to the streetscape, says the article.
But we loved it, so we’ll tell you what we did find out. With 4,048 square feet, it’s got five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and recently sold for $1.575 million in 2017.
The real estate listing still features photos of the home’s interior, and it is amazing. Check them out!