The historic Pushee-Newcombe House, designed by Chicago architect Alfred Yeomans in the 1920's, is poised beautifully on 1.91 acres in Weymouth Heights. Across the street from the 500 acre Weymouth Woods State Park, the Colonial Revival style residence features a slate (gambrel) roof, native stone siding on the central portion of the house and is enhanced by two front terraces and two patios and courtyards off the back of the house. The property has lovely entrances from both Valley and Highland Road. Highlights of a 1994 renovation in include the creation of a west wing master suite with elevated ceiling, new kitchen and a spacious open family room with dining and study space off the kitchen. Above the garage a 600 sq ft apartment has one bedroom, kitchen and living room. One out bldg.
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