A Soothing Single-Family in Cambridge's Strawberry Hill - Jonathan Cartu Industrial & Residential Real Estate Firm
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A Soothing Single-Family in Cambridge’s Strawberry Hill

A Soothing Single-Family in Cambridge’s Strawberry Hill


For Sale/Rent

Redesigned for the cofounder of Intelligentsia Coffee, this home by Fresh Pond is overflowing with lovely spots to sip your morning brew.


Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

17 Vineyard St., Cambridge
Price: $2,495,000
Size: 3,100 square feet
Bedrooms: 5
Baths: 3.5

Judging by the dark inky blue exterior of this Strawberry Hill single-family, you probably wouldn’t expect such a beautifully bright interior. But bright like the opposite of fluorescent—instead, a diffused glow permeates the whole home.

The vibe is akin to the trendy comfort you might feel in a really good coffee shop. Which is fitting, considering the space was redesigned specifically for the co-founder of Intelligentsia Coffee, Doug Zell. Consider the room where you’d likely sip most of your early morning espressos: Sunlight beams through two glass doors into the kitchen, where a copper linear suspension light gleams above the butcher block island and ceiling height cabinets are painted in the shade “black bean” (think: dark charcoal with a twinge of purple). In the corner, a wooden banquette matches the oak floors, though the cushioned seat and backing are upholstered in an aubergine-hued leather.

While warm white walls and rich furnishings dominate the design, there are a few fresh elements scattered throughout. Simple lines and a layering of textures is largely the name of the game, but one bathroom goes for a graphic, Morracan tile pattern all over the floors and back wall. Another bath opts for subway tiling and a minty green cabinet, with a round leather belt mirror above the sink. The accents only add to a scheme that feels laid-back, a little bit Victorian, and wholly enveloping. All considered, it’s a home that feels soothing even in the most uncertain of times.

For information, contact Duncan MacArthur, The LIV Group, bostonlivgroup.com.

Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

Photo via The LIV Group/Berkshire Hathaway

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