Enchanting Queen Anne/Stick-style row house, built in 1884 and known as the residence of Robert Frost for the last 20 years of his life (1943-1963). Designed by John Besarick for Boston banker, John Brewster.
The home welcomes you into an inviting reception hall, leading into the formal living room and dining room. A large, renovated eat-in kitchen looks onto the private garden and terrace. Walking up the skylit staircase are 5 bedrooms and two updated bathrooms. Beautiful architectural detail, combined with modern systems, offer a
special blend of character, history and comfort. 35 Brewster is one of four row houses and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Robert Frost, an American poet, author of “The Road Not Taken”, moved to Brewster Street at the beginning of World War II, with his border collie named Gillie.
Privately situated on an idyllic residential street, one block north of Brattle Street, less than a mile to Harvard Square. Convenient to the Universities, Huron Village, restaurants and shops on Mass Ave. Easy access to Local schools, museums, the American Repertory Theater, Mt. Auburn Hospital, and all that Cambridge has to offer.