The 3,000-square-foot 54 Grampian Way is new to the market and asking nearly $1,000,000 for its original stone fireplace, back deck with downtown Boston views, and other features. Here’s how it could set a neighborhood price record.
Chief among these is the living room’s stone fireplace, which went up with the rest of the house in 1885.
The 5-BR, 2-BA also provides views of downtown Boston from a back deck (and the house’s location atop Grampian Way).
The price for the whole shebang is $997,999. That tag theoretically positions 54 Grampian to set a Dorchester price record. It would just need to sell for around $200,000 over—not an unfathomable event in Dot real estate.
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