The Winchester Crossing project exhibits the attention to detail and quality that is instrumental in the success of Rosemont.
Alonzo Wright, a well-known Brookline architect and builder, originally constructed this building in 1898 as a two family residence. Sometime later, the building was converted to a rooming house and was later operated as a nursing home for many years. Rosemont fully renovated the building and restored it to its original use as a two-family residence.
The development program consisted of a full renovation of the structure: new windows, siding, interior partitions and finishes, and all new mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems.
Each unit contains approximately 3,200 square feet of living space on three floors as well as an unfinished basement containing approximately 1,200 square feet.
The floor plan generally follows the original layout of the homes. The ground floor contains a large living room, dining room, country kitchen-family room and powder room. A master suite containing a walk-in closet and large bathroom and second bedroom with a private bath are located on the second floor. The third floor contains a Great Room , a bedroom and a full bathroom.
Interior features include three full and one half bathrooms, stone tile work, wood kitchen cabinets with granite counters, hardwood and carpet floor finishes. Each Residence has two separate heating and air-conditioning systems, a 75-gallon gas hot water tank, and 200 amp electrical service
Each residence has one indoor and one outdoor parking space.
Rosemont's redevelopment of 35-37 Winchester Street received an award from the Town of Brookline Preservation Commission .
This project was completed in 2002.