Booyah! A new Salem row house is our Home of the Week.

The three-bedroom unit comes with contemporary, custom features and a price tag $800,000.The post Booyah! A new Salem row house is our Home of the Week. appeared first on Boston.com.

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By John R. Ellement Row house 2024 Roughly 1,720 3 2 full, 1 half Public $295 a month (estimated) $8,500 (estimated) is an evergreen saying applicable to this new row house attached to a 19th-century post-and-beam “Witch City” home undergoing a down-to-the-studs overhaul. The development, when completed, will have four units.

The entry to Unit 4 is on the bottom level of this three-story home, and the first step inside is proof that the builder is no stranger to New England: The flooring is a winter-friendly octagonal porcelain tile. The foyer also offers a coat closet with a bifold door and a half bath with a floating vanity and porcelain tile flooring. The flooring then transitions smoothly into hardwood — a wire-brushed acacia found throughout the house except for the bathrooms — and into an open layout the kitchen and living and dining areas share.



Eight double-hung windows pull in natural light. The sink in the 165-square-foot kitchen sits under a pair of windows, making the white subway tile glisten. A peninsula with a waterfall quartz counter offers seating for four and a cooktop.

The strapping on the side facing the living area matches the oak slat treatment on the wall denoting the dining area. The appliances are stainless steel. The 180-square foot living area comes with crown molding and is focused on an electric fireplace with a white mantel and an alcove for a television.

Take the stairs (with riser lighting) in the front corner to the middle floor, which.