Real estate

Home of the Week is spacious ranch on dead-end street in quiet Brookline neighborhood

This 1950s ranch offers airy spaces, a fireplace with a mantel made of rough-hewn stone, and curved entryways between large rooms.
This 1950s ranch offers airy spaces, a fireplace with a mantel made of rough-hewn stone, and curved entryways between large rooms. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff

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Located at the quietest end of a dead-end street, this 1950s ranch defies expectations, offering airy spaces with curved entryways between large rooms.

Radiating off the wide foyer is the spacious living room, which has a fireplace with a mantel made of rough-hewn stone running from floor to ceiling and a picture window. The dining room has a unique chandelier, a built-in china cabinet, and leads to a large office in the rear of the house.

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