Here's the thing about homes built in the 1920s: they had high ceilings and transoms that allowed for greater airflow, which kept the houses cooler in the summers. Welcome to 6224 Tremont St., an adorable three-bedroom, two-bath, Cape Cod-style home built in the ’20s with 21st-century upgrades and the high ceilings every 2010 buyer covets. This being a vintage home, of course there are original hardwoods throughout its 1,858 square feet. (Side note: hardwood floors are among the most durable floors ever. Just refinish, seal, and go.) The gourmet kitchen is about as far away from the ’20s as you can get, with stainless-steel appliances, green granite, Italian tile back splash, gas cooktop, and warming drawer. The baths are also something to shout about, with Carrera marble and frameless glass. Another bonus: recessed lighting and a newly added family room off the kitchen with walls of glass affording views of the almost quarter-acre yard. Asking price for this one: $459,900.
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