1760 - Italianate Style

Located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood, this historic residence was built more than 250 years ago, but it was only later renovated in the Italianate architectural style. The house offers a lovely aesthetic with soft yellow siding and cloud white trim. The multi-story bay windows and decorative cornices are great examples of an amazing style, beautifully restored over the years. This home has a market value of almost $1,000,000.

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1804 - Federal Style

The Gridley and J. Ward Howe landmark row-middle home located in Beacon Hill features 7,598 square feet of living space, with five bedrooms and five baths. Built in 1804, this historic residence is designed in a classical Federal style, with red bricks and black shutters. Large and numerous windows allow in plenty of natural light. The property is pricey, with a current market value of $4,806,000.

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1805 - Colonial Style

Built in 1805, this single family residence boasts 2,216 square feet of living space. Four bedrooms and one and half baths are spread out over two spacious stories. Located in Dorchester, the Colonial style home is an affordable $333,500 abode.


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1814 - Greek Revival Style

A historic Greek style mansion dating more than 200 years is this multiple-unit apartment building located in Charlestown. It features three stories of apartments with an overall 7,135 square feet of extraordinary living space. The classic masonry style coupled with the white, columned overhang porch creates a beautiful aesthetic.

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1816 - Federal, French Style

Known as the David Sears House, this mixed use commercial and residential building was built in 1816 in Beacon Hill. With an impressive 23,524 square feet of space, the property is assessed at $5,759,500. The white masonry style of the four-story building is typical for the Federal and French style architecture.


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1819 - Colonial Style

This large historic residence built in the middle of a row offers five bedrooms and six bathrooms spread out over an impressive 9,559 square feet of living space. The red brick masonry style home is complemented by black shutters and an ornamental cornice on the roof. This property is expansive, with a market value of almost 9 million dollars.

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1821 - Colonial Revival Style

Located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood, this single family residence offers three bedrooms and two baths over 4,520 square feet of living space. The home features bright yellow siding, white trim and black shutters to create a wonderful color scheme. The red brick paver pathway cuts straight to the front entrance enhancing the symmetrical design of the historic home, assessed at $1,262,800.

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1827 - Federal Style

This charming historic home of four bedrooms and three baths is assessed at $1,350,800 and has 1,765 square feet of living space. Its beauty sticks out in the row of similar looking homes due to the greenery boxes beneath the windows and the black shutters. A concrete staircase leads up to the front entrance of this Federal style home.

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1829 - Federal Style

This row-middle single family residence is located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood. Built in 1829, Federal style home has a classical design, featuring red bricks and black shutters. With three stories it holds five bedrooms and four baths spread over 3,427 square feet of beautiful living space. The blue front door is a nice variation in color. The current market value for this property is $2,927,000.

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1830 - Colonial Cottage Style

This Colonial Cottage style Boston home was built in 1830 in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood. The simple, symmetrical design with a gable roof and white siding offers a beautiful aesthetic. The solid wooden door and brick entryway adds a nice touch to the design. With 2,028 square feet of living space this home has two bedrooms and one bath.

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1835 - Federal Style

Built in 1835, this single family residence of 1,824 square feet holds three bedrooms and two baths. Located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood, this Federal style brick home exhibits a distinct green bay window. The numerous of windows on the façade allow lots of natural light to lighten this row-middle home that comes in at a market price of $1,451,800.

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1840 - Federal Style

Located in South End Boston, the row-middle home was built in 1840. The single family residence features 1,431 square feet with four bedrooms and two baths spread over 2 stories. The masonry style building is complemented with black shutters and decorative window gates to create a typical Federal style. The house is assessed at almost $1,000,000.

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1842 - Gothic Revival Style

Built in 1842, this picturesque cottage is located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood. This house features decorative white ornamentations along the roofline, light blue siding, and stone accents creating a visually stunning design. It offers 2,381 square feet of living space, four bedrooms and three baths.

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1845 - Federal Style

This lovely row-middle home located in South End Boston has 1,110 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and one bath. Built in 1845, the masonry style of this historic home with red bricks is complemented by a bright red front door. With black shutters, two dormers and metal ornamentation this home exhibits a typical Federal style architecture.

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1847 - Federal Style

Built in 1847, this historic row-middle home is located in South End Boston. With four bedrooms and two baths spread over two stories and with 1,900 square feet of lovely living space, the Federal style property is assessed at $1,130,400. A concrete stairway leads to the entry into this Boston home.


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1850 - Federal Style

Located in Bay Village, this charming Federal style home was built in 1850. Located in the middle of a row of identical looking homes, the design is typical for brick row-houses, polished off nicely with black shutters and trim. A shingle hip roof complements the red of the bricks for a beautiful design. This single family residence features 2,370 square feet with three bedrooms and three baths.

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1851 - Federal Style

This landmark house located in Beacon Hill and built in 1851 is one of the "Smith Court residences" on the Black Heritage Trail®. Boasting 2,635 square feet, four bedrooms and three baths, the conventional home is assessed at $1,379,900. The narrow building is made of painted clapboarding on the front, while the back of the house is a windowless brick wall.

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1859 - Federal Style

Built in 1859, this Federal-style residence located in Beacon Hill is 2 stories-high and has 1,075 square feet. Inside the building there are three bedrooms and two baths. Black star ornaments overhang the windows to add a charming touch to the design of this row-middle home. The house has a market value of $987,400.


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1863 - Federal Style

Located in South End Boston and featuring 3,078 square feet of living space, the three-bedroom and two-bath row-house exhibits a Federal architectural style. Built in 1863, the charming design of this masonry style building is complemented by its round shape. A hip roof and dormers top it off nicely. The home is assessed at $1.9 million.

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1865 - French Second Empire Style

This historic 9+ Unit apartment building is located in South Boston and once served as a mansion. Built in 1865, it is named after its owner, Harrison Loring, who was a shipyard owner in Boston. The symmetrical design of this French Second Empire building is complimented by the deep shade of the hip roof. It has a market value of $1,865,500.

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1867 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1867, this charming single family residence exhibits a masonry style aesthetic with a fish scale roof. The lovely row-middle house with a market value of $1.5 million features 2,212 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, and two baths. The bright blue door adds a beautiful and bright touch of color to the deeper hues of the rest of the home’s design.

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1870 - Second Empire Style

This historic Second Empire style home is located in Jamaica Plain and was built in 1870. The grey siding is complemented by white and red streaks of color creating a visually appealing scheme for the design of this residence. It boasts four bedrooms, three baths and 3,456 square feet of living space, being currently assessed at $1,186,500.

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1873 - Italianate Style

Built in 1873, this landmark was designed in an Italianate style for Ellen Swallow Richards, the first woman who graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Located in Jamaica Plain, this home of 3,243 square feet features four bedrooms and one bath. Soft yellow siding with touches of black and white creates a contrasting color scheme.

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1874 - Colonial Revival Style

The Malcolm X – Ella Little-Collins House located in Roxbury and is the last known boyhood home of Malcolm X and his half-sister Ella. It features six bedrooms, three baths and 3,538 square feet of living space. The brown siding and white trim creates a charming aesthetic. Although it hasn't been inhabited for a few decades, there are plans to rehabilitate the property.

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1878 - Second Empire Style

The Second Empire style home located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood features five bedrooms and four baths with 4,036 square feet of space. The mansard roof with numerous windows adds a nice touch on top of the ornamental cornices. A symmetrical design creates an extraordinary aesthetic which features yellow siding and clean lines. The house is assessed at $1,278,100.

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1879 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1879, this lovely sea green home is located in the Dorchester neighborhood. The white trim and ornamentation features, like the bay window, contrast marvellously with the special hue of the house. This single family residence features seven bedrooms and one and a half baths spread out over 2,294 square feet of amazing living space.

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1881 - Queen Anne, Stick Style

The landmark house was built for George F. Milliken, a man recognized for his many inventions, including important breakthroughs in the telegraph technology. The architect of the residence was John H. Besarick. The beautiful half-timbered Queen Lake and Stick design of this house exhibits characteristics of both architectural styles. The historic home provides four bedrooms and two baths over 2,863 square feet.

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1884 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1884, this beautiful Colonial home offers 2,736 square feet of living space, featuring two bedrooms and one and a half baths. The deep color of the siding contrasts starkly with the light coloring of the shutters. The arched entryway creates a nice overhand porch for the entrance which is topped off with lightly colored, decorative railing.

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1885 - Queen Anne Style

Built in 1885, according to BostonPreservation.org, this home features 3,099 sq. ft, 3 bedrooms, and 3.5 baths. The charm of the exterior is given by the architectural style, solar colors, and sunflower carvings under the eaves (which in turn helped give 130 Mount Vernon the nickname of "Sunflower Castle"). Originally listed for $4,600,000, it endured various price-chops recording a last selling price of $3,300,000.

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1886 - Colonial Revival Style

This lovely 19th century residence offers 3,702 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and two baths. The alternating design of the siding with white trim and ornamentation creates a stunning appearance. A spacious overhang porch with white columns exhibits a beautiful outdoor space. The exterior of the home is fenced in with brick piers and rot iron.

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1892 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1892, this Colonial style home is located in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. It holds five bedrooms with four baths spread out over two stories and 2,908 square feet of living space. The off-white siding perfectly complements the beautiful red shutters and pearly white trim. It is topped off nicely with steep pitched gable roof.

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1895 - Shingle, Stick Style

Located in Dorchester, this single family residence designed in a Shingle & Stick style was built in 1895. The fish scale shingles in soft hues of yellow gives this home a lovely texture. The white trim paired with the ornamental brackets add on nice touches to the style home. Inside there are four bedrooms and two baths within 2,320 square feet of living space.

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1897 - Tudor Style

Built in 1897, this single family home boasts 8,514 square feet of living space, offering eight bedrooms and four and a half baths. It's assessed at $1,744,700. The mixing of brick, timber-frame and stone masonry in this asymmetrical design creates an extraordinary aesthetic. Complete with a tower, boulder fence, and an arched stone overhang porch, the design of this Tudor home is quite unique.

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1898 - Victorian Style

Built in 1898, this beautiful Victorian style residence offers 3,725 square feet of living space with six bedrooms and three baths. The salmon fish scale shingles are interrupted by a few stripes of white to create a beautiful twist in style. The multiple rooflines add interesting variations, and the lovely silver roof color adds a bright touch.

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1899 - Chateauesque Style

The extraordinary Burrage House belonged to an attorney and philanthropist as a winter home. Since then it has served as a doctor’s office then a nursing home. Everything about this home is amazing, from the two towers to the expansive sun room. It offers an amazing 19,041 square feet of living space which was recently restored. The last known sale price for this Chateauesque mansion was $6,150,000 back in 2002.

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1900 - Italianate, Eclectic Style

Built in 1900, the Frederick Ayer Mansion is an extraordinary stone row-middle building. With 17,916 sq. ft. of living space it offers an ample amount of room. The mix of ornamental stonework, varied window designs and curved walls creates a beautiful aesthetic that fits in marvellously on Common Wealth Ave. The Italianate style mansion is assessed at an impressive $11.6 million.

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1901 - Shingle & Victorian Style

This beautiful Victorian style home assessed at $936,000 is located in the West Roxbury neighborhood. Built in 1901, the purple fish scale shingles give this home a unique look. The midnight black roof contrasts perfectly with the salmon hue of the shingles. Inside there are four bedrooms and three and a half baths spread out over 4,106 square feet.

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1905 - Second Empire Style

Built in 1905, this 4,324 square feet mansion includes five bedrooms and two baths. The Mansford roof tops off the symmetrical and vertical design of this home beautifully. Two bay windows protrude out on to the wide, uncovered front porch. The house holds a market value of $773,300 and exhibits a Second Empire architectural style.

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1908 - Colonial Revival Style

The lovely pastel blue home creates a beautiful aesthetic for the conventional Colonial home located in Dorchester. Built in 1908, the house features 1,666 square feet of space with four bedrooms and one bath. Two overhang porches and a wrought iron fence add nice touches to the exterior appearance of this abode.


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1910 - Romanesque & Victorian Style

A wide front porch, lattice work and light yellow siding create a beautiful design for this mixed-style home, featuring both Victorian and Romanesque influences, due to the tower with a cone shaped roof. The home of 4,094 square feet was built in 1910. Boasting seven bedrooms and three baths it offers ample living space.

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1915 - Federal Revival Style

Boasting four beds and four-and-a-half baths, this historic row-end home displays a masonry style. The single family home of 3,156 square feet was built in 1915 and is quite pricey, being assessed at $3,112,800. An arched entryway creates a nice curve among the otherwise symmetrical and straight Federal design. The hue of the brick perfectly matches the black of the shutters.

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1916 - Federal Revival Style

Built during WW1 in 1916, this historic row-end single family home of 2,664 square feet features two bedrooms and two and a half baths. The deep hue of the bricks matches the dark wood trim and front door. Decorative metal bars cover the first story windows. The ample windows also create an interior with plenty of natural light. This townhouse has a current market value of $1,137,600.

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1920 - Spanish Colonial Revival Style

This Spanish Colonial style home in Jamaica Plain features 4,917 square feet of living space with five bedrooms and two and a half baths. A low pitched, orange tile roof complements the white of the stucco. The three-story tower creates a welcoming contrast with the otherwise two story home. This mansion is assessed at $1,279,300.

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1923 - Dutch Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1923, this lovely home offers plenty of living space with 4,852 square feet, six bedrooms and three and a half baths spread out over three stories. The shingles and siding of the exterior complement the Dutch Colonial Revival design of the home. Three dormers pop out from the charming Gambrel roof, while the brick chimney is an intriguing architectural piece. The house is priced at $1,329,700.

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1925 - Colonial Revival Style

This West Roxbury mansion boasts three bedrooms and three and half baths spread out over 3,404 square feet of amazing living space. The unique shell-shaped dormer window located on the second floor adds a lovely skylight. The deep hued paver pathway up to the dark wooden front door adds a touch of style to this $778,200 home.

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1927 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1927, this Dorchester home is assessed at $335,700. Featuring 2,243 square feet of living space, it offers plenty of room spread out in three bedrooms and one bathroom. The white siding is complimented by deep brown trim and lattice work. A wide overhang front porch and multiple rooflines add charm to the overall Colonial aesthetic.

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1928 - Colonial Revival Style

The Colonial Revival style residence offers a mixture of yellow siding and red brick which are complemented by blue shutters and white trim. Built in 1928, this home is located in Jamaica Plain and has a market value of $695,400. With 2,187 square feet of living space, the home offers three bedrooms and two baths spread out over two spacious stories.

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1929 - Tudor Revival Style

Built in 1929, this million-dollar single family home boasts 4,168 square feet of living space and holds five bedrooms and three baths. The brick mansion is surrounded by paver driveways and pathways leading up to the garage and home. Multiple roof-lines add accents to the Tudor Revival style layout. Deep wooden trim matches the darker hue of the bricks creating a complementary color scheme.

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1930 - Colonial Style

A combination of red brick and white siding creates a beautiful aesthetic for this 1930 home located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood. The single family residence is assessed at $785,900 and offers three bedrooms and three and a half baths. Multiple roof-lines with two gables and a steep pitch add onto the intricacy of the Colonial design.

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1938 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1938, this single family home offers a lovely aesthetic with light blue shingles and a silver roof. The indoors offer 2,136 square feet of space, three bedrooms and two baths. The overhang porch displays white accents due to several columns. A steep pitched gable roof tops off the home. The property has a current market value of $451,200.

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1940 - Colonial Revival Style

This beautiful two story brick home is located in West Roxbury. In its 4,037 square feet of living space, it boasts five bathrooms and three and half baths. A winding stone walkway weaves up to the entryway of the house. The hip roof sits neatly atop the masonry style of this WW2 home, built in 1940.


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1946 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1946, this single family residence is located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood. Two rooflines divide the stories of the house, the first story is made of brick and the second story of siding. The low pitched gabled roof’s grey tiles perfectly match the green hue of the siding and the light rose hue of the brick to create a matching color scheme. The home is assessed at almost one million.

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1949 - Colonial Revival Style

This lovely 1949-built home located in Jamaica Plain features 2,412 square feet with three bedrooms and three baths. The brilliant light-blue color of the siding is matched by the pearly white trim and brown gable roof, creating a lovely aesthetic.


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1950 - Cape Cod Style

This shingled home in a Cape Cod style is located in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston. With two stories, three bedrooms and one bath it offers 1,591 square feet of beautiful living space. The small and uncomplicated design of this house is jazzed up with the light green/grey shingles, and the wooden porch adds a nice extension.

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1953 - Cape Cod Style

Built in 1953, this single story home of 1,306 square feet provides two bedrooms and one and a half baths. Located in the Dorchester, the simple Cape Cod design is spiced up with bright red shingles. The white trim and light gabled roof contrast perfectly with the red shingles of the home.


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1955 - Colonial Revival Style

Located in Dorchester, this 1,811 square feet house has four bedrooms and one and a half baths. The white siding, black shutters and red brick accents pull the color scheme of this home together. A low pitched gable roof with lightly hued shingles perfectly tops of the rectangular design of this mid-century home, which was built in 1955.

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1960 - Colonial Revival Style

The Colonial Revival home on Moss Hill Road was built in 1960, and holds 2,672 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and two and half baths. The mix of brick and stone creates a beautiful dual tone evenly divided. A stone-paved driveway crosses the front yard. This Colonial style home has a market value of $728,400.

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1965 - Shingle Style

Built in 1965, this $719,100 home is located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood. The property was last sold in 2013 and features 2,635 square feet of space with four bedrooms and three baths.



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1968 - Colonial Bungalow Style

This Colonial Bungalow style home was built in 1968, and it is located in Jamaica Plain. With 2,158 square feet, five bedrooms and two and half baths, it offers plenty of beautiful and open living space. Light yellow siding complements the light tan of the roof and the white trim to create a charming color scheme.


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1970 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1970, this Colonial home is located in the Charlestown. With two bedrooms and two baths spread over 1,617 square feet, the home is priced at $843,400. The bright blue siding contrasts beautifully with the cloud white trim. On the side a sky window and lattice add a nice variation to the uniform design of this home.

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1977 - Neoclassical Style

This Neoclassical style home was built in 1977. It features 3,396 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and four and a half baths. The masonry style of the home with distinct red bricks creates a beautiful aesthetic. Located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood, the house has an impressive market value of $2,869,200.

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1979 - Modern Style

Built in 1979, this property is located in the North End Boston neighborhood. The alternating patterns of pink, red and white create a beautiful design for this Modern style home. Fitted with 1,037 square feet, the house holds two bedrooms and one bath over a one car garage. The window flowers add a green accent to this Boston home.

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1984 - Colonial Revival Style

This single family home is located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. With four bedrooms and four baths it offers beautiful living space spread over 2,280 square feet. The house was built in 1984 in a nice Colonial aesthetic with a wide overhang porch, white railing and lattice that contrast the red hue of the home.

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1987 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1987, this 3,188 square feet Colonial Revival style home features an open living space with four bedrooms, two baths and two half baths. It provides numerous skylights and windows letting in plenty of natural lighting to the interior. The back porch adds on a nice extension to the home which is fenced in with white railing.

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1988 - Colonial Revival Style

This distinctive Colonial style home is located in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. Built in 1988, the house rises two stories high, with 3,270 square feet of living space fitted with five bedrooms and four baths. The blue siding is complemented by the red hue of the hip roof creating a lovely contrast in color.


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1990 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1990, this single family residence is located in Dorchester. It features 1,035 square feet with three bedrooms and two baths. Two bay windows and an overhang porch emphasize the deep blue hue of the roof tiles. The light blue siding blends well with the pearly white trim and railing.


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1993 - Italianate Revival Style

This Italianate Revival style residence is located in the Roxbury neighborhood. Built in 1993, the distinctive hue of the siding, white trim and unique layout gives it a contemporary feel. It offers 1,467 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and one and a half baths.


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1996 - Colonial Revival Style

The Jamaica Plain home designed in the Colonial style in 1996 offers 2,520 square feet of living space with four bedrooms, two bath and two half baths. The grey siding versus the red shutters inspire a distinctive and beautiful appearance of this symmetrical home. The property comes at a market value of $762,800.


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1999 - Colonial Revival Style

Built in 1999, this single family home of 3,917 square feet features four bedrooms and three baths. The lime green of the siding generates a stunning contrasting look next to the bright red trim. The slightly asymmetrical style of the design gives the home an interesting twist. The curved driveway connects to the walkway. The home is assessed at $968,600.

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2001 - Colonial Revival Style

This abode was built in 2001 and is located in the Dorchester neighborhood. With 2,157 square feet of living space, the home holds four bedrooms, two baths and one half bath. The yellow siding is in contrast with the deep colored trim, creating a lovely style. A gabled roof tops off the home for a beautiful finishing touch.


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2002 - Colonial Revival Style

Located in the West Roxbury neighborhood and built in 2002, the 3,232 square feet house is spread over two floors, boasting four bedrooms, two baths and one half bath. The pale yellow siding is complemented by the white trim. The separate wing to the left side of the house breaks the symmetrical design.


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2004 - Colonial Revival Style

This 2004 home is located in Roxbury, offering 1,411 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and two half baths. The duplex is equipped with solar panels on the steeply pitched gable roof. Tan siding, red shutters and a red hue roof create a charming color scheme for this Boston home.


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2006 - Colonial Revival Style

Assessed at almost $1,000,000 this 2006-built home features 4,375 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and four baths. The wide overhang porch offers a nice extension to the home which is finished off with white columns and white railing. The grey siding blends well with the distinctive light grey hue of the roof.

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2010 - Shingle Revival Style

This 2010 home has a market value of one million dollars, and holds 4,133 square feet of living space with four bedrooms, three baths and one half bath. The thick grey shingles add a nice texture to the exterior design of the home. The grey shingles, combined with the white trim, white columns and white garage doors pull the color scheme of the home together.

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2011 - Shingle Revival Style

Built in 2011, this single family home located in the West Roxbury neighborhood features 3,438 square feet of living space, with four bedrooms and two baths. It has a current market value of $740,400. The lightly rose tinted siding and the green shutters create a beautiful look to this Shingle style home. Varied windows complement the asymmetrical design of this home.

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2012 - Colonial Revival Style

This lovely 2012 home is located in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston. It offers 2,310 square feet of living space with three bedrooms, three baths and two half baths. The lime green siding is complemented by the white siding. Two dormers add a charming touch to the mansard roof. The home is assessed at $858,800.

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