The Stoneholm, designed at the turn of the century by renowned architect Arthur Hunnewell Bowditch in the Beaux-Arts style, is one of Brookline's important landmarks and is considered by historians to be without peer among Boston's finest pre-war apartment buildings. This 4th floor unit consists of 2,724 +/- square feet of living space with original, extraordinary architectural detail. There are eight rooms and three full bathrooms. Amenities include three fireplaces, central air, elevator, in-unit laundry, exclusive parking and basement storage. The Stoneholm is located on the carriage road side between Coolidge Corner and Washington Square.
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