Circa 1898. Set in Coolidge Corner, this picturesque, meticulously maintained eleven room Queen Ann Victorian-era residence of immense character and charm is graced with grand-scale rooms, splendid architectural detail, and intimate as well as formal living areas. The high ceilings, large windows, natural woodwork, and period appointments give this house a timeless, elegant appeal. A sprawling front covered porch leads to the interior living space with over 4,850 square feet on four levels. There are five bedrooms and three full and two half bathrooms. Other features include an updated kitchen, a finished lower level, a third floor office and art studio, and a slate roof. The grounds are well-landscaped and include an expansive brick patio, a magnificent yard with mature trees and plantings, and a two-car garage. In 2007, Boston Magazine listed Abbottsford Road as one of Brookline’s most desired streets.