This Victorian beauty in Newton, Mass., was built in 1883. It’s named for John Souther, a machinery salesman and an early occupant of the house.
The numerous porches, soaring chimney and the corner tower with its large, carved panel are even more incredible in person.
It boasts 4,796 square feet, five bedrooms, a library, five fireplaces with antique Italian tiles, stained glass windows and a gorgeous carriage house.
It last sold for $2.32 million in 2007. Interior photos of the home and carriage house can still be seen on the listing.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986, it’s across the street from the magnificent S. Curtis Smith House.