Located on a cul de sac atop Belmont Hill, adjacent to Mass Audubon's Habitat Sanctuary, is this classic and timeless single family home on professionally landscaped grounds. Attuned to gracious modern living, the sensible layout is ideal while retaining a historic house, designed in 1939 by reputed Boston area architect, Raymond Stowell, and commissioned by a long term Belmont lawyer, P.R. Winters who resided in the home for several decades with his family. Elegantly sized rooms with original period detail unifies the versatile floor plan totaling more or less 5,603 square feet which has three fireplaces, 5 bedroom's, 4 full bathroom's and 2 half bathroom's, 2 family rooms, a large formal living room and two master suite bedroom's. The main open stairway offers large windows bringing light into the central part of the home which carries through from the basement up to the bedroom level and overlooks the landscaped yard and tranquil garden. Convenient to Belmont Center, Cambridge and excellent schools.
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