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Five townhouses approved for Tremont Street in Brighton

Rendering of front of townhouse building

Rendering by Choo & Company.

The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved plans for a row of five townhouses at 143 Tremont St., just one door down from the Newton line in Brighton's Oak Square neighborhood.

Builder Patrick McKenna's plans call for nine parking spaces, one under each of the three-bedroom units and four more in a lot at the end of building on the narrow, 11,230-square-foot lot.

McKenna's attorney, Michael Ross, told the board the building would be similar to another townhouse building right next door.

Each of the units would be roughly 2,000 square feet.

Nobody spoke in opposition.

A more complete view of the building:

Rendering of the townhouse building


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I can't say that I'm a fan, but maybe it's just the weird textures of the computer graphics.

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They look like they're trying to replicate the Victorian paint scheme most famous now on San Francisco's Painted Ladies.


You can also see examples of this paint scheme throughout Boston if you look hard enough.

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