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Boston Real Estate: Cambridge Single Family Home on Brattle Street $10,500,000

Cambridge single family home #BostonHomes #CambridgeHomesDesigned by Arthur Little in 1888, The Joseph Thorp House is a highly unconventional, outstanding, and eclectic Colonial Revival masterpiece.With a sympathetic nod to the Queen Anne style, asymmetry abounds, yet all facades are active with Neo-Classical elements, such as columns and pilasters, bays and balconies with delicate balustrades, scrolled corbels, keystone arches. The eclectic interior invokes all classical orders of design including Greco-Roman details and intricately carved teak salon by the American Aesthetic Movement's Lockwood de Forest.In the southeast corner, the home's library incorporates late 19th century Norwegian design with a traditional "peasant" hearth. The truly Classical dining room incorporates a Palladian bay of leaded glass and intimate "Poet's Corner" adorned with and bas-relief on walls, domed ceiling and mantel delights. The French country kitchen houses the original Walker & Pratt cast-iron stove, modern prep island, sub-zero refrigerators and FiveStar range.This home has 10 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, and 2 half bathrooms.See more photos and details for 168 Brattle Street.Cambridge, while famous as the home of Harvard University and MIT, is far more varied than that. Cambridge sitsright across the Charles River from Boston, and is connected to the Beacon Hill neighborhood by the Emerson and Longfellow Bridges. It is also connectedto Boston's Back Bay by the Massachusetts Avenue Bridge, and to Allston by the BU bridge and various bridges near Harvard.Ifyou have questions about this home, oraninterest in seeing it,please call meat617-584-9790, or email me via the linkbelow. Boston real estate 

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