The living room at 16 Brown Street is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace with limestone surround. There is a nice view onto the back yard and Brown Street.
Also found on the first floor at 16 Brown Street is a charming library with built-in bookcases. As you can see, it opens nicely to the rear side of the house.
The family room area off the kitchen at 16 Brown Street features seven skylights and a French door opening onto the back yard and garden. This is truly one of the most wonderful rooms in all of Cambridge. The connection to the outdoor space, to the sky, and the quality of light make this space really magical.
The efficient kitchen with Subzero and Wolf appliances at 16 Brown Street features Pietro Cardosa countertops. Light-filled and perfectly situated.
A pocked door from the kitchen leads into the dining room at 16 Brown Street, featuring a wood-burning fireplace and vaulted ceiling. Charming!
On the second floor at 16 Brown Street are three bedrooms, including a bed-bath suite on the rear side of the house that is bathed in light.
On the top floor at 16 Brown Street is a charming study with lovely views. Truly, a place apart. There is also access here to additional storage.
What makes 16 Brown Street such a very special place is the back yard and garden. This is one of the finest private outdoor spaces in Cambridge.
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