94 Brattle Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Henry Vassall House is one of Cambridge’s seven famed “Tory Row Mansions,” and it is one of only three that are privately owned. Built ca. 1746, this splendid Brattle Street home near Harvard Square contains a wealth of architecturally significant, handcrafted Georgian woodwork that forms an elegant backdrop for modern amenities. Standing among other high-style Cambridge homes, it is close to the Charles River, Harvard Square and Harvard University. In 1973, the 18th century building was divided into two handsome residences, carefully preserving the historic features and meticulously replicating others. The east-facing block of the house, which was Henry Vassall’s showpiece, is now 94 Brattle Street. With over 4,000 square feet of living area on three floors, 94 Brattle awaits the vision of its new owners. Highlights include seven fireplaces; refined central stair hall; curved kitchen conservatory wall overlooking the well-maintained yard and gardens; atelier-type top floor with high-beamed ceiling. Listed for sale with Charles Cherney of Hammond Real Estate. (Photos by Jeffrey Dodge Rogers)
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