• Price: $849,000
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Full Bathrooms: 2
  • Half Bathrooms:
  • Square Feet: 2,230
  • Taxes: $7,265
  • Status: Sold

Discerning buyers will find much to appreciate when they visit this handsome rustic French Cape/Cottage with beamed ceiling in living/dining room area and wide oak floors in most rooms. This property is well set back from the street. It has been recently painted and updated with high velocity central AC, a permanent generator, and a kitchen with SS backsplashes and appliances.The yard is fenced and private w/sprinkler system front and back. A large bluestone patio adjoins the family room. Beyond this area is a pretty garden, a storage shed, and a covered gazebo. There is direct entry to basement from garage. Please note: the roof is 7 years old and there are copper gutters and downspouts. Almost all windows have been replaced with Pella French double casements.. Easy access to Highlands T, village, Countryside School.



Toby Klebenov

Toby Klebenov

Hammond Residential Real Estate
Brookline/Newton Office

Graduate School brought Toby to Massachusetts from the Midwest and she never left! The Greater Boston Area is a wonderful place to live. She can help you - whether you are buying or selling.

After a number of years teaching Italian at Boston University, Toby became a full-time real estate broker. She first worked with Coldwell Banker (formerly Hunneman), and she is now with Hammond Residential, with offices in Chestnut Hill and Newton. Her experience has taught her to understand the complex and often emotional issues involved in buying and selling. Attention to detail, respect for the client, knowledge of the marketplace, and listening - these are her priorities.

Formal Education: BA, Indiana University - Romance Languages and Literatures. MA, Harvard University - Italian.

Broker Education: G.R.I. (Graduate Real Estate Institute), Relocation Specialist, Listing Agent, Buyer Agent, Historic Homes and Historical Preservation Education, Win-Win Negotiation, Condominiums, Fair-Housing

Expect a prompt response and EXPECT THE BEST!