Newton single family home

June 24th, 2015

Newton single family home
133 Beaumont Avenue, Newton, MA 02460

West Roxbury grand Victorian

June 20th, 2015

West Roxbury grand Victorian

54 Mount Vernon Street

54 Mount Vernon Street

Stylish 10 room Victorian is the perfect blend of modern convenience and old world charm. Experience abundant period details such as two marble fireplace, curved staircase, crown molding, beautiful hardwood floors, and more. Updates begin with renovated kitchen with granite counters and stainless-steel appliances, central air and more. Enjoy the sunny great room with many windows looking out to the verdant landscape. Second floor has 3 bedrooms and a spectacular roof deck with fantastic views. Continue to the third floor where a bedroom opens to a balcony ready for stargazing. Also find an office/bedroom which is plumbed and ready for a 3rd floor bath. Special features include an amazing ground level finished suite with full bath with separate entrance. Perfect for home office/exercise room, au pair suite, or granny flat.

54 Mount Vernon Street

Marble Fireplace

Located on one of the most desirable streets in West Roxbury, this home blends into the landscape, and the vista from most windows looks out to mature trees and on higher levels, city views. Accessibility to the city is a great advantage. You are a short car ride or train ride to Boston Proper and all the city has to offer.

If you dream of times past, you will fall in love with 54 Mount Vernon Street, West Roxbury. Call for a private tour at 617-797-9497.

Oh, those amazing Victorian builders! Born during the Industrial Revolution, they embraced new materials and technologies to create houses like no one had ever seen before. Mass-production and mass-transit made ornamental parts affordable. Victorian architects and builders applied decoration liberally, combining features borrowed from

54 Mt. Vernon St, West Roxbury

Fantastic roof deck

many different eras with flourishes from their own imaginations.







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Handsome Colonial style house located on well loved street

June 19th, 2015

Handsome Colonial style house located on well loved street

Visit our open house Saturday June 27 from 12:30 pm to 2 pm and Sunday, June 28 from 1 pm to 2:30 pm.

Newtonville Home for sale

133 Beaumont Ave, Newton, MA

Handsome Colonial style house has more curb appeal than Ward and June’s house in Leave it to Beaver. As with many colonial style homes, the gracious foyer opens on the left to the front-to-back living room and on the right to the formal dining room. Yet this house goes on and on. Off the living room is a bright family room with fireplace and a wall of french doors leading to the multi level deck (more on this in a bit.) The updated eat-in has a center aisle, three skylights, and a useful desk area. 

133 Beaumont Ave

Relax and rewind on the beautiful decks looking out to th trees

Second floor has a master suite with bath, adjoining office, and private deck for sunning or gazing at the moon. In addition there are 2 good size bedrooms and a family bath. Third floor is beautifully finished with two bedrooms and a full bath. Big bonus is the large finished rooms in the the basement which could be used to suite your personal living style. Full bath and laundry are also in the lower level which opens to the back yard and 2 car garage. The house features plenty of outdoor space with 3 decks and over 15,000 sq. ft. yard.

The home is located on a well loved street, which is tree lined and has a bit of a curve and a little bit of a hill. Walk to Newton North High School, shop in Newtonville, dine in Newton Centre. 

Call me at 617-797-9497 with any question or for a private showing.

MLS #71858740
133 Beaumont Avenue
Newtonville, MA 02460
Offered at $1,250,000
12 rooms
5 beds
4 full baths, 1 half bath
3450 sq. ft. living area
14,999 sq. ft. lot
2 car garage

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Newton Artists Perform PMC Concert

June 19th, 2015

Newton Artists Perform PMC Concert

10th Annual PMC Concert for Cancer

10th Annual PMC Concert for CancerThursday, June 25, 2015
First Unitarian Society in Newton, 1326 Washington St., West Newton

Please join oboist Joel Bard, pianist Sayuri Miyamoto, and friends for our tenth annual concert to benefit the Pan-Mass Challenge, the bike-a-thon to raise funds for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Members of the Boston Symphony, the Minnesota Orchestra, and other ensembles will perform music by Mozart, Schumann, and Wolf. $25 adults, $10 students & children, in advance and at the door. Reception to follow. For full details and to reserve tickets/make a donation:

FunFest Newton Center

June 7th, 2015

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Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 5:30 PM
Brookline Bank, 10 Langely Road, Newton Centre

Whether you are up-sizing, downsizing, or a first-time homebuyer, there’s a lot to know when it comes to purchasing a home.

  • Steps to prepare for the transaction
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  • How to approach today’s seller’s market
  • Make confident decisions in a rapidly paced market
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  • And more!

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  • Chris Kostopoulos, Janet Porcaro, Realtors at Keller Williams Realty
  • Lima Agranovich & Veronica Genin, Attorneys at Law
  • Edward Bloom, Mortgage Banking Officer, NMLS# 786205, Brookline Bank

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Brighton Condo is a Jewel in the City

May 15th, 2015

Brighton Condo is a Jewel in the City

Under agreement in 13 days with 11 offers!

Oversized living room with tree top views

Oversized living room with tree top views

Beautiful, bright one bedroom unit is located in the Historic Aberdeen District in Brighton, MA. This is a penthouse unit in a brick elevator building. Enter the spacious foyer perfect for a desk or library area and enjoy the terrific floor plan with over-sized rooms and not an inch of wasted space. There are plenty of closets, gleaming hardwood floors, updated kitchen with granite counter tops and warm cabinets. This condo is in a much desired building with a live-in super, professionally managed, and 62% owner occupancy. Kilsyth Terrace is a side street on the Brookline/Brighton line. You will enjoy the easy commute home to this bucolic location. Last but not least, this unit comes with off-street parking. Read more at

From the City of Boston website:

While many cities are defined by their skylines, Boston is distinguished by its vibrant neighborhoods.

Apartments and other multi-family dwellings first appeared in Aberdeen around 1909. Between 1910 and 1930 the population of Allston-Brighton doubled, necessitating the development of multi-family buildings to accommodate the growing demand for a home away from the city center. Many immigrant families, tired of living in dirty and crowded inner-city areas, were drawn to the bucolic image of Aberdeen.

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Spring Blooms at the Taiwan Garden in Newton Highlands

May 8th, 2015
Edward Kuo of the Culture Center of taipei Economic and Cultural Office

Edward Kuo, Director, Culture Center of taipei Economic and Cultural Office

Spring Blooms at the Taiwan Garden in Newton Highlands

The Taiwan Garden at the Hyde Community Centre Playground is in the height of spring glory! Since 2010 the members of the Taipei Economic Culture Center in conjunction with the Newton Parks and Recreation Department have nursed the creation of an authentic Chinese garden. The garden features the use of plant material indigenous to China and is further beautified with architectural elements singularly Chinese. Proud to be giving back to the City of Newton, Dr. Edward Kuo smiles as he enjoys the colorful spring display!

The Taiwan Culture Office pays it forward with the gift of beauty to the Newton community.


Newton, MA

Spring Bloom in the Taiwan Garden


Contemporary Newton Home Under Contract in Nine Days!

April 10th, 2015
Beaumont Avenue

Elegance Defined

Exquisite Contemporary Newton Home Under Contract in Nine Days!

What elevates this house to a work of art? Is it the thoughtful renovation with clean lines and abundant high end finishes? Is it the superior layout with two master suites, one on each floor? Actually, everything about this strikingly elegant home says life is good in 2015.

View From Central Stairway

View From Central Stairway

The flow from one airy room to the next is both appealing and logical. The excellent materials throughout play off the abundant natural light. Glossy wood floors are balanced by warm wooden fixtures of varying and rich tones.

There is a handsome  game/billiard room, home gym, and abundant storage on the lower level.

Stunning Fixtures

Stunning Fixturesofof the home, they bring light into each room they serve and balance light coming in from outside windows.

The spacious family room looks out to the deck. Two patios and a landscaped yard make this a house for all seasons.

Newton Life is Good in 2015

Newton Life is Good in 2015

MLS # 71806638 Under Agreement
Offered at $1,650,000
9 rooms
3 bedrooms
3 full baths, 1 half bath
Approx. Living Area 3,858
Approx. Acres: 0.35 (15,028 sq. ft.)
Listing agent is Pam Gilman, Keller Williams Realty, Chestnut Hill
If you would like a Buyer Agent’s advice as you tour any home, contact me at 617-797-9497 or email

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7 Dog Parks in Newton This Spring

March 15th, 2015
Off-Leash Recreation Area Map

Off-Leash Recreation Area Map from City of Newton Parks & Recreation Department 

7 Dog Parks in Newton This Spring

Has Newton gone to the dogs?  Newton is a diverse community embraces a diverse population–so why not include the dogs! In consideration of our canine companions and their owner’s, there are 7 off-leash dog parks in Newton. Not only does this keep the pooches happy running and playing with other dogs, dog owners get to socialize.

Be sure to review the rules on the City of Newton’s web site - City of Newton Off Leash-Recreation Program in order to continue to enjoy the benefits of Newton’s many open spaces.

Off-Leash Areas

  1. Hunnewell Park
  2. McGrath Park
  3. Newton Center Playground
  4. Old Cold Spring Park
  5. Braceland Playground is closed for the winter- reopens March 15, 2015
  6. Claflin Playground is closed for the winter- reopens March 15, 2015
  7. Cabot Park Off – Leash Area is closed through the Spring of 2015.  Opening date TBD.  Renovations are complete, the area is closed to give the grass and trees a healthy start. 

Want to take Spot for a ride around Boston? Visit some of these beautiful parks in the Greater Boston Area:

11 Greater Boston Spots to Bring Your Dog This Spring!

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