Every once in a while a building of this stature comes to market. Two unspoiled early 1870’s Mansard Victorian side-by-side single-family homes, owned by two separate owners, are being offered to the market jointly. Built by M.M. Bigelow in 1873, most of the buildings of this type in Cambridge have long been converted to condominiums. Your chance to restore this property to grandeur with options for condos or two grand single-family homes (perhaps with auxiliary apartments) or the unusual commercial zoning of O1 expands the use to other commercial/institutional potentials. A four-car parking plan has been approved by the City. With nearly 8,000 finishable square feet, many architectural features remain- high ceilings, crown moldings, wood floors, three-story bay windows, original staircases with electrified newel posts, and deep trim. Prime Mid-Cambridge corner lot across from the City of Cambridge Annex building, between Inman Square, Central Square and not far from Harvard and MIT.
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