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Multilevel living in Newton

Tired of linear condo living? Bored of your home being all on one floor? Head west to California Street in Newton, where a new construction condominium swaps the usual, “flat,” multiple dwellings for four towering townhouses.

Tired of linear condo living? Bored of your home being all on one floor? Head west to California Street in Newton, where a new construction condominium swaps the usual, “flat,” multiple dwellings for four towering townhouses.

Set in Middlesex County in a quiet residential area near the Charles River Reservation, this four-home building replaces an old single-family house. Each new townhouse has three levels of living space, ranging in size from 1,750 square feet to 1,810 square feet. Each comes with all the practical features of a new construction, including thorough insulation and high-performance windows and doors. Kitchens are equipped with Energy Star appliances, including a cooking range, dishwasher, microwave and refrigerator.

Underground parking with direct unit entry is a nice plus, especially during snowy winter weather. And each townhouse has an outdoor patio. While interior hardwood floors give a classic feel, the clapboard and shingled exterior echoes traditional New England Colonial style — but with a fresh, modern twist.

One unique aesthetic feature is that the top-floor, master bedrooms each have a private balcony.

“Each unit is comparable in design, layout and appeal,” says Mike Brasco of listing agent Century 21 Shawmut Properties. “There is also a full, underground garage with additional storage for each unit. Interest has been brisk because these are excellent value and quality homes.”

 
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