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Remodeled 1920s farmhouse on a park-like lot in Mt. Washington asking $1.9M

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“It’s all about the outdoor spaces”

Photos by Darwin Nercessian/DNA Image, courtesy of Dan Mancinelli and Brian Moore

Now up for grabs in Mt. Washington is this Dutch Colonial-style farmhouse located about a block west of the Self-Realization Fellowship Headquarters. Built in 1921, the home has never been on the open market before.

That’s not to say it’s stayed frozen in time. While the three-bedroom home has retained its rustic exterior aspect, its insides have been thoroughly re-tailored and customized to suit some fairly specific modern tastes.

But, in the words of the listing, “it’s all about the outdoor spaces” here, as the residence is sited on a sprawling, verdant lot (composed of three parcels) covering nearly an acre. Along with a motor court, six-car garage, and one-bedroom guest house, the bucolic grounds contain gazebos, fountains, sculptural columns, meandering pathways, and mature trees galore.

773 Mt. Washington Drive is listed with Dan Mancinelli and Brian Moore of Berkshire Hathaway at an asking price of $1.888 million. Open house is scheduled for 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday.

The great room features vaulted, beamed ceilings and bay windows.
A floor-to-ceiling stacked-stone fireplace takes center stage in the living room, which also features parquet wood floors.
The house has three bedrooms and two baths.
The master bathroom
The .91-acre grounds are filled with mature trees and meandering pathways.