Craig Della Penna, Realtor®'s Blog
903 Dwight St, Holyoke, MA 01040
The brick house and its brick carriage house done in the same style, were built in 1885 by Daniel J. O'Connell's and Sons Construction for his son, John. This is one of the most robust brick houses ever built in town. Four bricks thick. Other extraordinary design features include 51 windows--all with marble lintels and marble thresholds inside. This place is flooded with sunlight! Located on the corner of Dwight and Linden, just the street from Linden's "Embassy Row" and a few blocks from the award-winning renovation of former Holyoke Catholic HS into apartments and just beyond is the City Hall and the Canal District's expanding renaissance. There is even special zoning here that will allow for a live-work space. Professional office suites along with a residence = a perfect commute. This dramatic house and the carriage house next door make up a campus of opportunity that rarely comes along. Nice upstairs deck with a view of neighboring park. Huge attic w lots of storage.