CAMBRIDGE, MA —Instead of in-person open houses, Senné is now offering alternative methods to viewing the property, including 3D interactive Matterport tours, high-definition photography, and virtual video tours upon request to provide our clients with continued
exceptional service during these unprecedented times.
Senné recently announced 23 Irving Street, a stunning Mansard Victorian home, originally built in 1870, in the Harvard Square neighborhood of Cambridge. With a full gut renovation completed in 2020, 23 Irving Street retains the elegant, traditional look of classic Cambridge homes but adds desirable modern amenities and features.
23 Irving Street is composed of two attached single-family-style homes. Unit 1 is the first of the pair to hit the market for $2,295,000. Each unit has exclusive-use outdoor space and is located blocks from Harvard Yard. While the property is close tothe dining, shopping, and entertainment scene in Harvard Square, Irving Street itself is a quiet residential street that is rich in history.
Previous Irving Street residents include E. E. Cummings and Julia Child, among other philosophers, poets, historians, and artists.
Unit 1 of 23 Irving Street is a single-family-style home that opens up to a bright formal living space and a spacious dining area, illuminated by unique Hubbardton Forge Anemone light fixtures, that flows into the custom-designed eat-in kitchen with barstool seating. The kitchen features a Thermador appliance package, quartz countertops, and premium fixtures.
The house is crafted with recessed lighting, tray ceilings, crown molding, and white oak hardwood flooring for a traditional look throughout.
The home has four spacious bedrooms, two of which have ensuites, and four and a half bathrooms. A media room, an oversized laundry room with laundry hookups, a front patio, yard, and two off-street parking spaces with electric vehicle charging capabilities complete this home.
“23 Irving Street is a remarkable offering on an iconic street in Cambridge. At Senné, we work with builders from project conception to completion to ensure the character of the historic home is preserved while also offering buyers a unique single-family-style home complete with the amenities the modern Cambridge buyer requires,” says William Senné, President and CEO of Senné.