Home Buying

For $1.65m, a summery five-bedroom in Milton

This home was renovated in all the right places but kept its Victorian charm.

Daisy-yellow Victorian with front porch and white trim.
Located in East Milton, this Victorian offers five bedrooms and five bathrooms for $1,650,000. Matt Surette

From its daisy-yellow exterior to its sun-drenched interior, Milton’s 31 Washington St. feels like summer.

This 4,813-square-foot Victorian has five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms. It is listed by Geoff Strobeck, of Strobeck Antonell Group at Compass Real Estate, for $1,650,000. The home is situated on a 0.25-acre lot.

The home was built in 1890 and still features its original hardwood flooring, paneled woodwork, and built-in cabinets. The front door opens to a foyer with vaulted ceilings, a lantern chandelier, and a staircase with beaded balusters.

Living room with built-in bookshelves, bay window, gas fireplace set in brick, hardwood floors, and beige walls.
. – Matt Surette

Travel deeper into the main level to find a living room with a gas fireplace set in brick, built-in bookshelves, and a bay window looking onto the home’s front porch. A set of pocket doors leads to a sitting area and a dining room with a branched chandelier.


The kitchen is also located on the main level. It has white Shaker-style cabinets with stainless steel hardware, grey and white backsplash, and the home’s original bead boarding. The appliances are stainless steel, the countertops are quartz, and an island offers breakfast-bar seating for five.

Kitchen with quartz countertops, white Shaker-style cabinets, and hardwood floors. Single-hung windows let in natural light.
. – Matt Surette

Take the beaded-baluster staircase to the second level to find four bedrooms. This includes the primary, which has four single-hung windows and a walk-in closet. On the same level, one of the three full bathrooms has a combination shower-clawfoot-bathtub, single vanity with sconce lighting, and bead board walls.

Primary bedroom with beige carpet, single-hung windows, and walk-in closet.
. – Matt Surette

In addition to its main and upper levels, the home has an unfinished basement, and the property includes a two-car garage.


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