On the Market A Beautiful Victorian Near Franklin Park

first_imgOn the Market: A Beautiful Victorian Near Franklin Park With plenty of original details from 1898. 5/25/2017, 11:56 a.m. Photo courtesy of the Realty Store25 Peter Parley Road, Jamaica PlainPrice: $1,495,900Size: 3,016 square feetBedrooms: 5Baths: 4Step inside this turn-of-the-century Victorian and you’ll feel immediately welcome in its cozy foyer. A few minutes’ walk from Franklin Park, the stately abode in Jamaica Plain boasts plenty of original details from 1898. The living and dining rooms have pocket doors, fireplaces, wainscoting, and molding. In the kitchen, there’s a pantry, granite countertops, and a sunny, glass-paneled breakfast nook.The more than 3,000-square-foot home faces away from the street, and has parking for two cars. The third floor offers an au pair suite, and downstairs, there’s an expansive finished basement.For information, contact Dora Aja, the Realty Store, dorasellshouses.com.Photo courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StorePhoto courtesy of the Realty StoreThe Boston Home team has curated a list of the best home design and home remodeling professionals in Boston, including architects, builders, kitchen and bath experts, lighting designers, and more. Get the help you need with FindIt/Boston’s guide to home renovation pros. 000 Sign up for Home & Property newsletters. Design, real estate, and pretty things for living.*center_img By Madeline Bilis· Print Sign up for our weekly home and property newsletter, featuring homes for sale, neighborhood happenings, and more. last_img read more

Brooks Koepka explains why he hasnt been returning Tiger Woods texts

first_imgPORTRUSH, Northern Ireland — Brooks Koepka cleared the air Thursday on why he hasn’t been returning texts from Tiger Woods. Rather than gamesmanship, Koepka said, this was a simple case of a new phone number.The back-and-forth began during Woods’ Open Championship pre-tournament press conference Tuesday, when he was asked a question about Koepka’s success.“Tell you a funny story. I texted Brooksy, ‘Congratulations on another great finish.’ What he’s done in the last four major championships has been just unbelievable. To be so consistent, so solid. He’s been in contention to win each and every major championship. And I said, ‘Hey, dude, do you mind if I tag along and play a practice round?’”The implication was that Woods would enjoy Koepka’s company and potentially pick up some local knowledge in the process from Koepka’s caddie Ricky Elliott, a Portrush native.“I’ve heard nothing,” Woods finished.Brooks Koepka is back in the driver's seat at the 2019 Open Championship.NewsThe Open 2019: With each passing major, Brooks Koepka looking more like Tiger Woodslast_img read more