Introducing Walnut Park Condominiums: Four New Construction & Historic Renovation Townhouses located at 16-18 Walnut Park & 22-36 Walnut Park in Newton, Massachusetts. Built to extremely high standards and brimming with natural light, each town-home incorporates extraordinary interior space and fine craftsmanship. Soaring ceilings, exquisite trim and detailing, high end kitchens and baths, well-proportioned living areas, finished lower levels, gas fireplaces, attached 2 car garages, and an abundance of windows are some of the admirable amenities offered. Private patios & decks, privacy screening, and beautiful landscape design complement this magnificent landmark property.
The two separate condominium association sites are well located in the village of Newton Corner in a lovely neighborhood setting. They afford easy access to The Mass Pike (Rt.90), Rt.16, Whole Foods Market, Local Shops and Restaurants, Commuter Rail and Express Bus, Local Parks, and Public & Private Schools.
Providing the utmost in spaciousness and glamour, each home lends itself to grand scaled entertaining as well as comfortable living. The original Manor House & Barn were constructed in 1847 in the Italianate style and have been expertly restored and renovated by a renowned local developer. Known as “The Hubbard-Noys-Hartwell House & Barn” it is registered by the Newton Historical Commission as an Historic Landmark. This is an exceptional opportunity for the discerning buyer.
Open concept and formal living areas
Beautiful private decks and patios
Attached two car garages
Gourmet kitchens with center islands, High End Stainless Steel Appliances and Quartz Counter-tops
Gas Fireplaces with custom cabinetry and shelving
Finished lower levels
Wireless sound system
Master Bedrooms include walk in closets & private bathrooms with radiant heated floors
Square Footage and Pricing
Unit 16 - 4,025 sq ft - SOLD
Unit 18 - 3,368 sq ft - SOLD
Unit 22 - 3,214 sq ft - SOLD
Unit 36 - 4,490 sq ft - SOLD
Active in residential brokerage since 1985, Michael enjoys a loyal following of past
buyers and sellers. Prior to entering brokerage, he studied culinary arts and
managed restaurants in the Boston area. Born and raised in Newton, Michael is
very familiar with the Greater Boston area. His seven-day-a-week commitment to
his profession serves his clients and customers well. His educational background
includes The Johnson & Wales Culinary Institute, The Lee Institute for Real Estate,
and The Tom Hopkins and Floyd Wickman Sales Training courses. In recognition of
his completion of the prescribed courses in real estate practice and ethics,
Michael has earned the distinguished GRI (Graduate, Realtor Institute)
designation. He continues his long-standing membership in the National
Association of Realtors and is an avid fly fisherman, musician, and outdoor enthusiast.
Emma started her career in real estate after having worked for over eight years in retail, where she focused on buying, sales, and marketing. Before joining Hammond, she was the running footwear buyer for the much-loved Boston-based City Sports twenty-seven stores and on-line business.
Emma grew up in the Coolidge Corner area of Brookline and earned her B.A. from Boston College. She has always had a passion for real estate, and after going through the process of purchasing a condominium in Brighton, she realized that real estate was her calling. Her focus is on bringing her previous business background, together with her negotiating and people skills, to help buyers and sellers have a successful and rewarding real estate experience.