The first example of shingle-style houses originated on the New England coast, but this Roxbury version proves the classic style looks just as good in the country. Private on three acres but not secluded from town, the home is surrounded by stone walls, a vernal pond, woods and gardens. There is a gourmet kitchen, butler’s pantry, high ceilings, four fireplaces, crown moldings and custom cabinetry. Three bedroom suites with bathrooms include the large master suite with balcony, fireplace and bathroom with heated marble floors and whirlpool tub. Listed for $975,000 by Klemm Real Estate.
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