Although this home was built around 1880, you're not going to find 70's era-paneling or avocado-green bathrooms. Instead, over a lifetime and purposefully, custom woodwork, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, and an updated kitchen and bathrooms replaced the old finishes. This house was renovated and expanded by a visionary/builder and features many reclaimed items from structures in and around the Boston area. For example, the bedroom suite doors were salvaged from a house in Cambridge, and the cast iron radiators in the family room came from a renovated mansion in Brookline. Throughout the first half of the 90s, the original detached garage was torn down, and a foundation was poured for the new part of the house: the family room, breakfast room, sunroom, main bedroom suite (radiant heat), and downstairs studio. And there's an in-law suite! There's so much more to this home, but you'll have to come to see it for yourself. Offers are due by 6/14 at noon.