One of the few Queen Anne style brownstones built near downtown know as the Edward F. Bisco house. This fashionable home features distinctive brick work, stone trim and a bowed two story bay window popularized by Boston's Back Bay during this period. The front entrance recessed within an archway features squat stone posts set in the brick wall and decorated with a keystone surmounted by a corbelled cornice doubling as a balconette for the 2nd story window. The quality and character flows through out this property with pocket doors, custom millwork and fireplaces. Small changes have been made over the years without disturbing the original floorplan. This property in a BG-6 zone has used as a single family, mixed use residential and office or all office space. Handicap ramp off the rear of the building with 7 parking spots, provides access to the lower level. Easy access location just off Pleasant Street, near the Hanover Theater and city hall.
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