30 Conwell Ave is poised to beat Somerville’s record sale price

12One week ago, Somerville’s single-family home price record was shattered by the sale 32 Foskett St near Davis Square. It closed at $1,725,000, $225,000 over its list price.

But experts are tipping this to be a short-lived record: it’s predicted that our luxury Mansard Victorian close to Davis Square will sell for somewhere in the same region.

Those aren’t our words; Curbed Boston hunted for the next big Somerville property and recognized it in 30 Conwell Ave.

13It’s easy to see why. The extremely rare, impeccably renovated home is beautiful outside and in, unique yet tasteful. And less than a mile to Davis Square, with over 3100 sq ft of living area.

If four bedrooms, four bathrooms, three car garage, two fireplaces, and one large yard weren’t enough, 30 Conwell also has a library and a full lower level home theater room with its own bar.

10A professional kitchen and a luxurious master bedroom with its own fireplace sets off the property, but from the beamed tray ceilings to the oak floors, you’ll find special details wherever you look.

Truly a deserving property to claim the mantle of most expensive Somerville home ever.

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One thought on “30 Conwell Ave is poised to beat Somerville’s record sale price

  1. It’s a nice house, but how is the neighborhood? Is that part of West Somerville a good place to walk to and from? Is the loaded with Tufts students or teachers and working professionals? Is the walk to Powder House Boulevard? Broadway? Davis Square? Teele Square?

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