Spanning an impressive 3,252 square feet and boasting ample headroom, this Kenwood condo blends modern convenience with old-school architecture—literally. The roomy four-bedroom residence is located in a handsome 1917 building on Ellis Avenue that was once home to the Harvard School for Boys. The structure was converted into condominiums in 2007.
Behind the vintage building’s brick and limestone facade, you’ll find bright living spaces courtesy of oversized windows and 11-plus-foot ceilings. This particular unit has an oversized living and dining room with a custom wood-burning fireplaces flanked by built-in shelving and storage.
The residence received more than $150,000 in recent upgrades, according to the listing notes, and includes a new kitchen as well as improvements to the master suite and its four bathrooms. The South Side property includes a private two-car garage, additional storage areas, and a small rear deck overlooking a rear patio.
It’s listed for $829,000, courtesy of agent Anne Loncar of Coldwell Banker Residential.